Trading Chicago Bears’ Greg Olsen? Flat Out Dumb

March 3, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Greg Olsen was supposedly Jay Cutler’s go-to guy.
They clicked from day one of training camp, but last season Olsen didn’t play up to the level people thought he could have.
Fast forward to this offseason and the Bears have already made a lot of changes.
They hired a new offensive line coach, offensive coordinator, promoted Rod Marinelli to defensive coordinator, and released over-the-hill lineman Orlando Pace. They are said to be interested in Julius Peppers once free agency starts this Friday.
The new offensive coordinator Mike Martz replaced Ron Turner, who simply didn’t fit Cutler’s needs. Martz runs an offense that is very pass heavy when he coached the St. Louis Rams, who won a Super Bowl with him. 
By the way, they were called the “Greatest Show on Turf.”
Kurt Warner constantly threw the ball deep to his receivers behind a solid offensive line.
Martz’s offense demands a big-armed quarterback with many fast r...

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