Chicago Bears Insider: Looking at Draft Possibilities on the Offensive Line

February 23, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There is hardly anyone out there that feels that the Bear’s offensive line isn’t their most important position of need heading into the 2011 NFL Draft.  The writing was clearly on the wall especially early in the season and in their game against the New York Giants (which saw Chicago quarterbacks get sacked ten times and see quarterback Jay Cutler leave with a concussion) it was realized that something had to be done.
The struggles that Chicago had on the offensive line are a result of poor drafting and poor free agency (in acquisitions) by the Bears over the last few seasons.  General Manager Jerry Angelo has not been ideal at bringing in talent on the offensive line since he arrived in Chicago and this has led to the Bears struggles at each position on that unit.
Angelo needs pay close attention to the offensive linemen in the upcoming 2011 NFL Draft because his team is going to need a few offensive linemen in this draft.  If they fail to draft an...

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