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 prospects and drafting kickers."Being who you thought we were since 2005!Log In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsBearsOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Latest NewsThe Bears DenNotesXs and OsSuperfansBreaking News:The Bears' 2019 Draft class is complete!脳Latest NewsNewsNotesNFL Network’s Daniel Jeremiah on Bears’ running back prospectsNew http://www.thebearslockerroom.com/authentic-kyle-fuller-jersey ,32commentsDaniel Jeremiah talks late round running back prospects and drafting kickers.CSTShareTweetShareShareNFL Network’s Daniel Jeremiah on Bears’ running back prospectsKirby Lee-USA TODAY SportsThe last several years, the NFL Network’s Mike Mayock held a pre-NFL Combine conference call with media members to field questions on draft prospects for all 32 teams. With Mayock now employed by the Oakland Raiders, Daniel Jeremiah has taken over the mantle as chief-draft guru for the NFLN.With the Chicago Bears not having a first or a second round pick this year, there weren’t a lot of questions that had a specific correlation to what the Bears may do, but there was one such question posed that mentioned the Bears by name. In terms of a pass catching running back or somebody who’s got a little bit of versatility there, who do you see in the third round or later, somebody perhaps the Bears would focus in on?I know running back is a sore spot for some of you Bears fans, what with popular Jordan Howard still under contract, but even if the Bears do hold onto the bruising Howard, they’ll still need another back to take the place of Benny Cunningham and (hopefully) Taquan Mizzell, and to take over when Howard’s contract expires after the 2019 season. Here’s how Jeremiah answered the question. Washington State’s Williams is a guy I’ve started to look at more closely. He certainly looks like a fit for the Matt Nagy offense. He’s a bit on the small side at 5’11”, 200 pounds, but he’s not coming to the NFL as a 20-carry a game workhorse. He’s a shifty player that is great out of the backfield. A question was posed about fits for the Kansas City Chiefs at running back in the middle to late rounds Womens Bryce Callahan Jersey , and since they run a similar offense to the Bears, Jeremiah's answers apply to the Bears too.There was also the following question that could apply to the Bears. Especially now that Robbie Gould is off the table. Just a general philosophical question for you on team building. What are your beliefs about potentially using a draft pick on a kicker?After a bit of laughter from Jeremiah...What do you guys think about the running back options for the Bears in the draft, and could you see them drafting a kicker this year? 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