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Just how well did the Bears General Manager fare?Matt Nagy had high opinion of new Bears CB Buster Skrine in 2018 - Bears Wire - Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy had a high opinion of CB Buster Skrine in 2018Chicago Bears expected to sign CB Buster Skrine to 3-year deal - Bears Wire - The Chicago Bears will sign CB Buster Skrine to a three-year dealMayer: Bears re-sign Braunecker to two-year deal - ChicagoBears.com - The Bears on Monday re-signed tight end Ben Braunecker to a two-year contract. Braunecker, who originally joined the Bears in 2016 as an undrafted free agent, was due to become a restricted free agent.Chalk Talk: What is deepest position in free agency? - ChicagoBears.com - Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses the deepest position in free agency, veteran kickers who are available and running backs selected in the middle of the draft who’ve been voted to the Pro Bowl.Cerami: The Bears Are Reportedly Signing CB Buster Skrine - Bleacher Nation - - Gregg Rosenthal and Chris Wesseling have combined their personal rankings to formulate NFL.com’s Top 101 Free Agents of 2019. Who’s the No. 1 player on the board? Which QBs made the list?KNOW THY ENEMYDetroit Lions free agency grade: Danny Amendola is an underwhelming, but logical, signing - Pride Of Detroit - We break down our thoughts of the Danny Amendola signing.Vikings free agency: Minnesota to sign Shamar Stephen to three-year deal - Daily Norseman - Guess who’s back? Back again?Packers Free Agency Rumors: DL Malik Jackson was a target, but signs with Eagles - Acme Packing Company - The former Bronco and Jaguar was recently released and could have been a good fit in Green Bay.The best low-budget options available in free agency - Pro Football Focus - PFF Senior Analyst Mike Renner takes a look at the best bargains that can be had in free agency.Detroit Lions release LB Trevor Bates - Pride Of Detroit - The Lions have decided to move on from their special teams linebacker after an altercation with the police in January.Lions free agency: Jesse James agrees to deal with Detroit - Pride Of Detroit - The Lions made sure they weren’t going to repeat 2018’s free agent mistake.NFL free agency news: Detroit Lions signing DE Trey Flowers - Pride Of Detroit - IT ACTUALLY HAPPENEDNFL free agency: Lions signing CB Justin Coleman to record-breaking 4-year deal - Pride Of Detroit - Detroit’s first big splash into free agency is in the secondary.IN CASE YOU MISSED IT ON WINDY CITY GRIDIRONHouseholder: Josh Bellamy to sign with Jets - Windy City Gridiron - Long time special teamer and occasional contributor is headed eastWiltfong & Zeglinski's Chicago Bears 2019 free agency tracker: News, signings, cuts, and more - Windy City Gridiron - Buster Skrine is a Bear, and Bryce Callahan is likely on his way out. 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If we were in the clickbait business http://www.thebearslockerroom.com/authentic-allen-robinson-jersey , we could write something like “Aaron Rodgers casts doubt on new coach’s offense.”Instead, we’d simply point out that between installing a new offensive system (and perhaps a lack of preseason playing time with his teammates in it), Rodgers simply doesn’t know exactly what to expect in Thursday’s opener against the Bears.“I think everybody needs to understand this is going to be the first iteration of our offense, and because it’s a new scheme and there are new pieces, this is going to grow from this point,” Rodgers said, via Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com. “I’m excited about the stuff we have in and the stuff we’ve been working on in camp. There’s going to be even more. I think that’s the exciting part. I like the foundational start for this offense. I think it could be tough to stop because of the stress it puts on defense with their eye control and pattern-reading and reading the alignments. But we have a lot of room to grow from what we put on the field on Thursday.”It will take time for Rodgers and new coach Matt LaFleur to learn each other’s preferences and tendencies, and that will evolve as they’re on the fly this year (and for years to come, unless bad things happen).LaFleur himself admitted as much Sunday, saying: “I’ll have a better answer for you here in a couple weeks about where I think we are.”It’s worth mentioning again, because it’s so unusual, that this will be Rodgers’ first season opener without Mike McCarthy in his ear. That’s enough difference Womens Chase Daniel Jersey , but there are things Rodgers will be asked to do in this system that weren’t a part of his former challenge, from more pre-snap motions, different formations, and play-action.“We’re throwing new things at them with personnel groupings and motions and alignments and movement and adjustments that they haven’t seen from us,” Rodgers said. “So I’m excited for the opportunity. I’m obviously really hopeful that we’re going to go out and play really well, but I do really feel like this is just the beginning for this offense and there will be a lot of room to grow regardless of our performance on Thursday. Which, for myself and our squad, I expect us to play really well. But I think there’s going to be a lot of room for growth within the scheme as we go on in the season.”And if the Packers offense isn’t up to speed Thursday, we can always come back with, “Five reasons to panic about the offense in Green Bay, the answers will shock you.”