Draft Breakdown: Two Players That Chicago Could Use

March 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2010 NFL Combine is history and now teams are focusing on watching players at their Pro Days and sitting back trying to figure out what players would fit their team as they prepare for the draft. The Bears have many needs but don’t have that many draft picks, so they have to be wise with the picks that they do have. 
So what players might give the Bears some interest with their early picks in the 2010 NFL Draft? What players would be a good fit in their system and which players would be worth the value? Let’s take a look at two potential draftees, one on offense and one on defense, that could interest the Bears enough to draft them in the 2010 NFL Draft.
Darrell Stuckey, Safety, Kansas
The Bears need help at the safety position for their cover-two defense and what they need is a player who can be relied upon to support against the run as well as cover receivers as needed. Stuckey has a lot of what you would you like to see in a good safety. He is a v...

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