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Neal Anderson
Neal Anderson was born on August 14, 1964 in Graceville, Florida. He is a retired NFL running back who played for the Chicago Bears. Anderson was selected by the Chicago Bears in the first round of the 1986 NFL Draft out of Florida, after the Bears’ victorious 1985 season. The 5’11” 210 pound back had power and speed and was highly touted coming out of college.
Sid Luckman

Sid Luckman was born on November 21, 1916 in Brooklyn, New York. Luckman, a 6’ 197 pound quarterback attended Columbia University where he shined throwing the football with 20 career touchdown passes, which was a lot back in those days. George Halas of the Bears wanted Luckman to run his new T-Formation offense and convinced Pittsburgh to take him with the second pick in the draft, and then traded for him.

Beattie Feathers
Beattie Feathers was born on August 4, 1908 in Bristol, Virginia. After playing his college football at Tennessee, the 5-10 185-pound Feathers chose the Bears as the team for which he would since they had the best back in football, Bronko Nagurski, who was a devastating blocker and a punishing runner.
Chicago Bears 2008 NFL Draft Grade
This is an even balanced draft for the Chicago Bears. They went offense for three picks and then returned the favor to the defense for the next three. Chris Williams fills a need of youth on the offensive line; given his athleticism, he should be a nice fit at left tackle. He should fill out quite a bit and become a fixture in Hawaii during his career.
Jay Cutler
Jay Cutler was born on April 29, 1983 in Santa Claus, Indiana.  Cutler played his college football at the University of Vanderbilt, where he made a believer of most NFL scouts playing on a poor team in a tough conference.  The 6’3” 233 pound rifle armed Cutler was a hot commodity heading into the Draft.  The Denver Broncos traded up to the 11th pick of the first round of the 2006 NFL Draft to select Jay Cutler.  He is now the starting quarterback for the Denver Broncos.
Is Devin Hester the Greatest Returner Ever?

Why does anyone kick the ball to Devin Hester anymore?  He’s quite possibly the greatest returner in the history of the game.  He has torched more defenses and made more men look silly trying to tackle him than anyone since Gale Sayers.  Sayers' career was cut short but Hester's career has just begun, and he is already in the record books with the most return touchdowns for a career. His three touchdowns throughout the first six games propelled him into number one on the all-time list ahead of Gale Sayers, Dante Hall, and everyone else who has ever returned a kick in the history of the NFL.

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