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Chicago Bears with an eye towards the 2019 season. We’ll speculate on who stays Cody Parkey Jerseys 2019 , who goes, and some potential additions we’d like to see general manager Ryan Pace make."Being who you thought we were since 2005!Log In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsBearsOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Latest NewsThe Bears DenNotesXs and OsSuperfansBreaking News:The Bears' 2019 Draft class is complete!脳Latest NewsChicago Bears Free Agency 2019Roster AnalysisChicago Bears 2019 Roster Turnover: Don’t expect safety Adrian Amos to returnNew,66commentsIn this 13 part series we’ll take an in depth look at each position group for the Chicago Bears with an eye towards the 2019 season. We’ll speculate on who stays, who goes, and some potential additions we’d like to see general manager Ryan Pace make.CSTShareTweetShareShareChicago Bears 2019 Roster Turnover: Don’t expect safety Adrian Amos to returnMatt Cashore-USA TODAY SportsAdrian Amos Jr. - Free agent - Let me get this out of the way immediately, I like Adrian Amos and I think he’s a good football player. But I don’t think he’s going to return to the Chicago Bears. They tried to get a contract extension done with him a year ago, and that never materialized. My guess is Amos or his people — with him coming off the “elite” Pro Football Focus stuff — wanted elite safety money, and the Bears held firm in their offer. Amos is sound player, he rarely makes mistakes, he’s a big hitter, and he’s a hard worker, but that doesn’t make him deserving of an average salary around $8-$10 million a year, which is the ballpark that “elite” safeties reside in.My guess is the Bears let Amos test the market, and if he can’t find a salary to his liking, they’ll have something on the table for him if he comes back quick enough. But don’t rule out him wanting to go home to Baltimore if the Ravens offer him something close to what the Bears are. Also, don’t rule out the Bears moving on to a better player in free agency if Amos drags his feet. Eddie Jackson - Signed trough 2020 - Jackson took the leap in play that many thought he would after his stellar rookie season and he made his first All-Pro team. His instincts, athleticism, and intelligence make him a tough player to scheme around. I’m looking forward to seeing his continued ascension through the record books. His 5 defensive touchdowns (in just 2 years) is already ranked fourth all-time behind Charles Tillman (9), Mike Brown (7) White Taylor Gabriel Jerseys , and Lance Briggs (6).Deon Bush - Signed through 2019 - Vic Fangio was a fan of Bush’s, but with Fangio gone I wonder if the Bears will be willing to slot Bush in next to Jackson if Amos leaves. I think Bush is fine as a backup, but I hope the Bears can do better as a starter in 2019. DeAndre Houston-Carson - Restricted free agent - DHC earns his money as a special teamer, but last year he played a career high 46 snaps on defense. He tied for the Bears lead in special teams tackles with 6 last year, plus he had a forced fumble. In 2017 he had 10 solo tackles and 2 forced fumbles in the third phase. I think he returns for another year.2019 OUTLOOK - I’m a little surprised that the Bears don’t have any safeties in on reserve/futures deals, although Jonathon Mincy did get some safety reps last offseason. I’d imagine they’ll add a couple before OTAs get going. Drafting a safety seems likely as well. Keep your eyes and ears peeled for my next T Formation Conversation Podcast (dropping tonight or tomorrow) where I’ll be joined by our lead draft analyst, EJ Snyder, to talk about some draft options for the Bears. If Amos does leave in free agency, a guy like Tyrann Mathieu would be an intriguing target and at least one Bear has already started the recruiting process. Mathieu (5’9”, 185) isn’t a true strong safety, but in this day and age of the NFL, having two safeties that can cover and take the ball away is a good thing. He’s also a guy that can come down and match-up against slot receivers giving a defensive coordinator options. He’s on record saying he’d like to return to the Houston Texans, but he’s also on record in saying that wining a championship is more important than money. The safety market will have some good players looking for contracts, so we’ll have to see how it all shakes out next month when free agency begins. Spoiler: This roundtable is full of optimism and disappointment."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Library FalcFans Podcast on The FalcoholicContact The FalcoholicFalcons StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Falcons NewsYahoo Falcons Team PageYahoo Falcons ReportYahoo Falcons Depth ChartYahoo Falcons TransactionsYahoo Falcons PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕How The Falcoholic staff feels about the Falcons heading into free agencyNew,191commentsSpoiler: This roundtable is full of optimism and disappointment.ESTShareTweetShareShareHow The Falcoholic staff feels about the Falcons heading into free agencyNow that the month of March is upon us that means only one thing, NFL free agency is just around the corner! At 4 p.m. ET on March 13, the new league year will be officially underway, and free agency begins. The Falcons have already made moves, such as releasing kicker Matt Bryant and cornerback Robert Alford. Our staff shares what they think of the offseason thus far as we head into free agency in words and GIFs. I don’t even know what to thinkOn one hand Taylor Gabriel Jerseys 2019 , the moves the Falcons have made to this point make logical sense for the most part. Moving on from Robert Alford, Brooks Reed, and even Matt Bryant all makes sense from a cap perspective. You can even make a case for keeping Vic Beasley despite the price tag, and tagging Grady Jarrett was a no-brainer since the team really can’t afford to lose such a key piece of its defense. Clearly the Falcons are banking on the concept that injuries and the coaches they moved on from were the reasons for last season’s struggles. But then I hear things like the Falcons think Ty Sambrailo is a starter, which Dan Quinn said during the Combine, and I look at the amount of cash the team has to work with this offseason balanced against the glaring needs, and I have no clue what to expect from this team anymore. - Jeanna ThomasWhat are you, an idiot sandwich?The Falcons released the best kicker in franchise history, Matt “Money” Bryant. I must admit, I felt after last season that the move was possible, but my emotions were not prepared. The move saved the team close to $3 million this year, and close to $4 million in 2020.In my opinion, it’s one of the dumbest things they’ve done in a long time, which is saying a lot. You don’t release a reliable, legendary kicker like Matt Bryant to save $3 million, whilst paying Vic Beasley nearly $13 million in 2019. In franchise history, Matt Bryant has the most field goals made (250), extra points made (372), and best kicking percentage over 26 attempts (88.7%). It’s a bad move that’ll likely come back to bite the Falcons. -Evan BirchfieldEverything is not fine White Chase Daniel Jerseys , no matter how much the team says it isIf you read interviews with Dan Quinn and Thomas Dimitroff you’d get the sense that things are going great for the Falcons this offseason. What we’ve seen points to the contrary, however. I’m okay with all of the releases thus far, but the decision to keep Vic Beasley Jr. and pay him $12.8 million this year seems inexcusable. To compound this issue, the team failed to come to terms with Grady Jarrett on a long-term extension by the franchise tag deadline and applied the non-exclusive tag to Jarrett, putting them on the hook for a $15.2 million cap hit for the year if they don’t come to terms (applying the tag is smart, but that commits $28 mil in cap space to Beasley and Jarrett this year, and Jarrett can still negotiate with other teams). There’s next to no cap room to work with in free agency at the moment, prompting me to see that things are not fine. - Adnan IkicWe know there’s a plan, but do we like it? There’s a tendency to assume incompetence or lack of effort when things don’t go the way we like, whether it’s on the field or during the offseason. That’s certainly the case here, where keeping Vic Beasley, resorting to the franchise tag for Grady Jarrett, and re-signing fine but uninspiring players like Matt Schaub and Ty Sambrailo while cutting Robert Alford and Matt Bryant seems like it can’t possibly have been the team’s first choice.But let me assure you, this is the plan, minus maybe Jarrett not agreeing to a long-term deal by now. The Falcons have every intention of signing Jack Crawfords and and Logan Paulsens, useful players with upside who don’t inspire at the time of their signing, and get the rest done through the draft. They’re intent on fixing this thing with better health, better coaching, and even more young talent Chase Daniel Jerseys 2019 , essentially doubling down on the approach that made them at least somewhat successful in years past.The question is whether this is a plan that will work, and the fact that I don’t have an easy answer is making me uneasy. The Falcons ought to be better than last year if they follow the course and are truly healthy, but in what looks like a make-or-break year for the current braintrust, they’re going to need to absolutely nail their draft and second-tier free agents to get this thing back on track. Until I see it with my own two eyes, these nerves are jangling. —Dave ChoateWas the plan to bumble through incompetently?Some of the team’s biggest cap hits are dedicated to the backup right tackle, the third wide receiver, and a backup defensive end? There’s a lot of head scratchers, starting with cutting Matt Bryant, next with keeping Vic Beasley at nearly $13 million, and giving Ty Sambrailo a guaranteed $5 million in 2019. It sounds like Sambrailo will start but who were the Falcons bidding against? He’s paid starter money, his backup is paid starter money, and we have no clue if either are starters. Thanks to the Jarrett debacle, Beasley, and holding onto other high-priced veterans, the Falcons are widely expected to be out of free agency due to a lack of cap space. They haven’t even given Julio Jones an extension. That leaves very little room for errors in the draft. Seriously, was this the plan or did everything fall apart from a much better plan?


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