Hub Arkush was on Boers and Bernstein (sp?) today and mentioned that he thought there is a 50% chance the Bears will cut or try to trade (he guesses for a 4th rounder) Thomas Jones. His reasoning is that they need to do more than tweak the team and could use extra cap space and that you don't waste the #4 on a rookie who is going to sit his first 2 years. The Bears also resigned Adrian Peterson, whom they like very much. Edit to add: While he thought Thomas Jones had a good season, it was a good season for Thomas Jones, not one you would expect from a top flight back. Arkush believes that it is becoming the norm for backs to get 1700 ru yds and 16+ TD's. Not 1300 and 6. I didn't get to listen to the rest of the show as I had to go back to work. Did anybody else catch the rest of this discussion?FYI, Hub Arkush was a former announcer for the Bears and I believe is an editor for Pro Football Weekly.
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