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Ray Rice continues to plead his case for an NFL roster spot

Ray Rice wants back into the NFL, and on Mike Lupica's podcast Tuesday he said all the right things to make you think he's a different person than the one who's been viewed as too toxic to bring into a locker room.
Windy City Gridiron Jul 27, 2016

Ten Thoughts on the NFL

1) Are you in favor of second chances? Former Baltimore Ravens' running back Ray Rice has vowed to donate his entire 2016 salary to charity if an NFL team would give him the chance to play. The 29 year old Rice, who has missed the last two years after the video surfaced of him knocking out his fiancée in a casino elevator, has been working out in hopes of making a comeback. He tells the USA Today that he will give his entire salary to "organizations with programs focusing on education and prevention of domestic violence and supporting survivors and their families." Rice claims he wasn't...
Windy City Gridiron Jul 27, 2016

Chicago Bears 2016 Position Battles: Are the Outside Linebackers ready to dominate?

In order for Vic Fangio’s 3-4 defense to really thrive, he needs his outside linebackers playing at a high level. This is a reason that the first big move by Chicago Bears’ general manager Ryan Pace was to acquire Pernell McPhee for him. When McPhee was signed last year, he was set to be the cornerstone of their brand new 3-4 defense for the next several years. Even though he struggled through a knee injury in the second half of the season, he brought the Bears exactly what they needed. Having good OLBs is also why the Bears moved up in the 2016 NFL Draft to take Leonard Floyd. With...