Harvey Unga Goes To Chicago Bears in the 2010 Supplemental Draft

July 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Chicago Bears did something unusual today in the NFL Supplemental Draft—they actually made a selection.
With a seventh round supplemental pick, the Bears went ahead and selected BYU running back Harvey Unga.  

Unga led the Cougars in career rushing yards (3,455) and also caught 102 passes and added 45 touchdowns during his time there . Unga played in a total of 41 games for BYU and was a durable player during his career there.

What does this mean for the Bears? If Unga can hold on and make the team—which many think he will—it gives them a great third option to help spell Matt Forte and Chester Taylor.  He can also come in if there is an injury and help keep the rushing game going.

This probably spells the end of Garrett Wolfe’s career with the Bears.
The Bears drafted him in the third round just a few seasons ago, but they really didn’t find a role for him. It was thought that he would be a good third d...

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