Chicago Bears players show off their BBQ mastery

Entering his seventh season in the pros, Acho was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in the fourth round of the 2011 draft. He tallied 13 sacks over four seasons in the desert before finding employment with the Bears in 2015.

Acho started six games last season, recording one sack and 40 tackles. He has forced at least one fumble in each of his six campaigns.

The linebacker played on the outside in Todd Wash’s defense in Jacksonville but likely will line up at one of the two inside backer positions in Chicago, where he’ll reunite with defensive coordinator Vic Fangio. Skuta played under Fangio in San Francisco from 2013-2014, starting in 18 of the 30 games in which he appeared.

More importantly, Skuta’s signing is an indication that usual starter , who is coming off a ruptured patellar tendon suffered in November, might not be ready for the start of the season. Chicago turned to youngster Nick Kwiatkoski in Trevathan’s absence, but that was more of an opportunity for the linebacker to gain experience at the end of an otherwise lost season. With a fresh slate ahead and a face familiar to Fangio available in free agency, Chicago has opted to plug the gap with a veteran presence.

The Bears agreed to terms with former Titans wideout on a one-year, $4 million deal, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. The team later confirmed it agreed with Wright and offensive lineman . Wright was No. 59 on Around the NFL’s Top 101 free agents list.

Wright takes the roster spot of the recently-departed All-Pro receiver Alshon Jeffery. Entering his sixth season since being drafted in the first round by Tennessee, Wright will get a fresh start on a “prove-it” deal in Chicago, alongside unproven options in Kevin White and Cameron Meredith.

That’s Bears guard Eric Kush, tackle Kyle Long and quarterback Mike Glennon … and lots of meat — enough barbecue chicken to make Shaq sweat; so many ribs that it looks like a Kobayashi scrimmage is about to go down.

This clip also informs you that “National Eat What You Want Day” prevents others from shaming you for consuming food that has hit the floor — if you do that sort of thing. Disclaimer: This will not save you from foodborne illnesses.

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Cutler spent eight seasons in the Windy City after being drafted in the first round by the Denver Broncos in 2006. He played just five games in 2016 due to injury.

The strong-armed quarterback has long been a darling of scouts, but his penchant for back-breaking turnovers and taking costly sacks irked Chicago fans for years. Viewed as a coach-killer by many, Cutler went through a handful of offensive coordinators during his time in Chicago.

The rest of the crew are high-upside free agents who have played a more complementary role throughout their career: Former Giants wideouts Victor Cruz and cheap jerseys and Rueben Randle, former Titans first-round pick Kendall Wright and Wheaton, who missed a majority of last season with a shoulder injury.

On one hand, you cannot blame the Bears for this current crop of receivers. They stuck to their price point and evaluation on former standout Alshon Jeffery, who signed a one-year deal worth up to $14 million with incentives in Philadelphia. They wanted White to emerge and they surrounded him with the best of what was left from a skittish wide receiver market. All of these receivers have, at one point in their careers, performed well. Before Cruz’s devastating patellar tendon tear, he was without question a No. 1 NFL wideout. Randle, who struggled with the playbook in New York, still logged a near 1,000-yard season with the Giants and scored eight touchdowns in his final year.