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Mark Bradley (1 Viewer)

The their TC preview ESP{N has him as a comeback player.

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Comeback player of the year

Mark Bradley. On a team that went to the Super Bowl last year, finding a true comeback player is not an easy chore. Bradley is a guy who is simply dripping with potential, but he hasn't had the chance to develop due to injuries. Last year, he was held back by an ankle injury. Bradley has only appeared in 17 games in his two years in the league. He has excellent size and strength. Bradley can be physical, but he is still dangerous with the ball in his hands and has great speed. He is a big play waiting to happen. Muhsin Muhammad is aging and doesn't stretch the field, while Bernard Berrian is almost strictly a speed guy. Do not be surprised if Bradley emerges as the Bears' best overall wideout by the end of the season, if he can finally stay healthy.

 
The their TC preview ESP{N has him as a comeback player.

LINK

Comeback player of the year

Mark Bradley. On a team that went to the Super Bowl last year, finding a true comeback player is not an easy chore. Bradley is a guy who is simply dripping with potential, but he hasn't had the chance to develop due to injuries. Last year, he was held back by an ankle injury. Bradley has only appeared in 17 games in his two years in the league. He has excellent size and strength. Bradley can be physical, but he is still dangerous with the ball in his hands and has great speed. He is a big play waiting to happen. Muhsin Muhammad is aging and doesn't stretch the field, while Bernard Berrian is almost strictly a speed guy. Do not be surprised if Bradley emerges as the Bears' best overall wideout by the end of the season, if he can finally stay healthy.
Bradley may have the most ability of any of the WRs on the Bears, but I believe it'll take more than him staying healthy this year to see the field on a regular basis. Specifically, it'll likely take an injury to Berrian or Muhammad for Bradley to get a crack to show his stuff. But with Berrian in line for a hefty new contract this year, I expect to see Muhammad cut in the offseason and Bradley annointed the starter in '08. Regarding Hester, he's only spending 25% of his practice time on offense (http://www.chicagobears.com/news/NewsStory.asp?story_id=3601), so I don't see him as threat to Bradley's playing time. Especially since he's never been a full time WR in college or the pros.
 

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