The Bears could use Ted Ginn's speed after cutting ties with Taylor Gabriel earlier this offseason. Aside from Allen Robinson, Chicago's wide receiver room is full of what-ifs and maybes. Anthony Miller might evolve into an exceptional playmaker this season, or he could continue his pattern of inconsistent and frustrating play.
Even those who follow the Bears don't expect him to light up the scoreboard, as the story put it, but it seems the Bears are hoping the threat of Ginn's speed can open up space for Robinson and new TE Jimmy Graham.
It's not easy to impress your teammates during a walk-through, but Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders has pulled off the feat. Sanders' focus on adding strength this offseason has not slowed him down a lick, according to center Jason Kelce.
Kelce called Sanders "blazing fast." He added how impressive he looked running routes even in a walk-through. Sanders has added weight, according to reports, but Kelce said it hasn't taken away from his explosiveness. Sanders seems to be in store for a big season as only Scott and Clement are behind him on the depth chart at this point, although the Eagles have been linked free agent RBs.