I read this morning on the Bears’ team site that they waived Mark Bradley. I am not sure if he is injured or something, but the move is curious considering Chicago now only has 4 healthy receivers.
When he was drafted in 2005, Mark Bradley looked like one of those players who had scary good potential. I know an injury kept him off the field one year and it may have slowed him down overall. I’ll admit, I just don’t know. But considering the Packers’ present lack of depth at WR (due to Jones, Martin injuries), he may not be a bad player to consider picking up. He has (or at least had) great hands.
I guess there are two ways to really look at this:
- How could we consider picking up a reject from the lowly Bears – ever!?!
- The Bears’ management also believe that Kyle Orton and Rex Grossman make for a good QB group – so their ability to judge talent is questionable at best.