Bears general manager Jerry Angelo addressed several key positions this off-season. But he acknowledged Tuesday that the offensive line is "the biggest question mark" going into the 2010 season.
Angelo covered a lot of different topics on Tuesday as the featured speaker at the City Club of Waukegan. The Lake County News-Sun, a part of the Sun-Times Media Group, highlighted some of Angelo's comments:
* On the offensive line: "New offensive-line coach Mike Tice likes the group." Angelo added that the younger group is going from "long in tooth to long in diapers."
* He said the new Mike Martz-led offense will be an "attacking offense."
"He (Martz) has a big ego... he will constantly be looking to score. We're tired of sitting back and waiting. We've got to score."
* On NFL Players Association Executive Director DeMaurice Smith: "I have some concern that the new Players Association chief might not recognize a good deal when it's on the table. Not that he's not competent. But he's so new."
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