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Would the Bears consider selecting Notre Dame QB DeShone Kizer?

Would the Bears consider selecting Notre Dame QB DeShone Kizer?

Would the Bears consider selecting DeShone Kizer with the No. 3 pick in the upcoming draft?

At what point in the draft should they consider taking a signal caller?

Does it make sense for Ryan Pace and the Bears to take at least one quarterback in every draft?

We answer those questions in the video above in the latest SportsTalk Live segment.

Tarik Cohen appears on Nick Cannon’s Wild ‘n Out

Tarik Cohen appears on Nick Cannon’s Wild ‘n Out

After not being selected for the Pro Bowl this off-season, Bears running back Tarik Cohen has some free time on his hands this winter. Last night he appeared on Nick Cannon’s MTV improv comedy series Wild ‘n Out. While Cohen underperformed on Soldier Field in 2019, he certainly brought his A-game to Wild ‘n Out, cracking jokes and dropping bars with the rest of the crew as “Big Reek.”

Someone put the quote “I’m a running back, it’s my job to go hard” in the Bears’ locker room so Cohen remembers next season.

Cohen also took to Twitter to shout out his friends from high school for preparing him for the show, as well as fellow RB Benny Cunningham.

You can watch the full episode on MTV’s website with a cable subscription. 

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WATCH: Eddie Jackson mic'd up at 2020 Pro Bowl

WATCH: Eddie Jackson mic'd up at 2020 Pro Bowl

Bears safety Eddie Jackson was one of three players from the team that participated in the 2020 Pro Bowl. He joined secondary-mate Kyle Fuller and special-teams ace Cordarrelle Patterson on the NFC squad, which came up short against the AFC, 38-33.

Jackson's performance in the 2019 regular season wasn't on the elite level he produced in 2018, but he was still among the conference's top third-level defenders. He was rewarded as such this offseason when GM Ryan Pace inked him to a four-year, $58 million extension, one that made him the highest-paid safety in NFL history.

Jackson started all 16 games last year and finished with 60 tackles and two interceptions. 

Check out his Pro Bowl experience:

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