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Upon arriving from Los Angeles, new Bears receiver Dontrelle Inman set out to accomplish two important tasks. One was buying a warm jacket for the crisp Midwestern autumn, and the other was getting himself ready to be a key target for rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky.

In a disappointing 23-16 loss to the Packers at Soldier Field on Sunday, the Bears found a connection on offense. Trubisky targeted Inman eight times, and Inman came away with six receptions for 88 yards.

“I guess we established a lot,” Inman said. “All six (receptions) were on the money. The work we put in was tremendous, and I’m glad that it paid off just a little bit. But not enough.”

Inman found a warm enough jacket to manage a lakefront breeze and also a Blackhawks sweater featuring Jonathan Toews’ No. 19, which his wife purchased as a gift. That along with Sunday’s performance shown he fits right in with the Bears.

Inman was acquired from the Chargers two weeks ago for a conditional seventh-round pick after he was buried on the depth chart in Los Angeles, which had selected receiver Mike Williams in the first round. The Bears were in a desperate place at receiver this season after losing both Cam Meredith and Kevin White to injured reserve.

Inman was the Chargers’ second-leading receiver a season ago, hauling in 58 catches for 810 yards and four touchdowns. Before joining the Bears, he had two receptions for nine yards in Los Angeles this season.

Inman was inactive for the game in New Orleans on Oct. 29 after arriving just three days before playing the Saints. There was an immediate feel for the playbook and schemes run by offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains, which Inman compared to those from his college days at Virginia.

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So, Inman jumped right into the Bears’ offense and worked to get open for Trubisky in practice. Before breaking for the bye, he and Trubisky went to lunch together and strengthened their bond away from the field. They returned to work with Inman posing as the Bears’ new top receiver.

“I have a lot of confidence in him,” Trubisky said of Inman. “He’s made great plays for us, and he’s coming along really quick. It’s tough to get here on short notice and learn a playbook, so hats off to him for doing that.”
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While the Trubisky-Inman connection was a breakthrough, they couldn’t connect in one of the game’s biggest moments. The Bears were handed a break late in the fourth quarter when Packers kicker Mason Crosby missed a field goal that could’ve ice the game. Trubisky and the offense returned to the field trailing by a touchdown with 1:03 remaining. But on third-and-10 from their own 36, Inman couldn’t corral Trubisky’s pass over the middle that could’ve extended the drive. The throw was a tad high but catchable. The Bears turned the ball over on downs shortly after.

Aside from that, there was much to like.

“Mitch is a stud,” Inman said. “He commands the huddle. It’s great just having him as a leader at his age.”

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Some are worried about the off-the-field demeanor of Ezekiel Elliott, but Emmitt Smith isn’t one of them wholesale sports jerseys.

Sure the Hall of Fame running back would like the young star to be more cognizant of just how bright the spotlight is on him, but Smith also not naive to the reality of it all. The moment Elliott steps out his front door, the cameras and cell phones will come out — as even casual pedestrians instantly mutate into unpaid paparazzi.

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It’s something Smith has obviously experienced before, only not to this magnitude given the prevalence of outlets like TMZ alongside massive social media culture. The NFL’s all-time leading rusher would simply like everyone to allow Elliott the space to enjoy his youth and time off, the latter most certainly being earned.

He recently spoke with 105.3FM The Fan to give his thoughts, as transcribed by The Dallas Morning News:

“You know, I think this is the offseason, and you should be able to enjoy the fruit of your labor at some point. How you do it and where you do it and how it’s exposed is really important. I think he has to learn the balance of being able to do things in private and not so public. Because in today’s society, everybody has a cell phone and everybody’s trying to get a picture of something. Even if it’s just by accident. Oh there’s Zeke, let me film this. Oh there’s Dak, let me film that. Oh there’s Emmitt, let me turn my camera this way and make it look like I’m taking a picture of myself but I really want to get a picture of him. So everything is up for people to scrutinize and see. And once he learns that balance, I think he’ll be fine. You don’t have these issues from him during the course of the season. This is off his offseason and he is 21 years old. He’s a young guy. So is the rest of the team. Everybody matures at different levels, and I think hearing him talking about football and what he needs to work on, he’s starting to focus on that. And now he has something to do. He has to start training and he’s starting to do that. He has something to occupy that time and that space, and that’s a good thing.”

Being a star Cowboys’ player brings with it a lot of responsibility, whether that be fair or not.

Smith believes the concern over Elliott is grossly overblown, and there are those who stand with him on that point. The unfortunate truth is perception is reality, and the sooner Elliott realizes this — the better off he will be in the court of public opinion.

For now, though, the jury’s still out.

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If you’ve been watching your nearest sports ticker you most likely noticed that both Colin Kaepernick and Robert Griffin III wholesale jersey outlet have been added to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats negotiation list.

The news elicited excitement among CFL fans — but not so fast, my friends. The move is more an indication of the players’ NFL opportunities than their CFL ones.

The vast majority of players put on a negotiation list never actually have contact with their would-be Canadian teams — never mind agree to terms and then make the roster. Tim Tebow made news when Jim Popp put him on the Montreal Alouettes list, but it was just a footnote when he was taken off.

Law of averages says both Kaepernick and Griffin will follow a similar path.

That hasn’t stopped Hamilton from trying, however. Under the leadership of Eric Tillman and Kent Austin, the team is developing a track record of getting in line for potential marquee QBs and already counts wholesale mesh jersey Johnny Manziel on the neg list.

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What’s more, a closer look at those players shows this is no random endeavour. Kaepernick, Griffin and Manziel all profile best in read-option systems. All three were prolific passers in college. And all three are not comfortable playing under centre but are adept at playing in the shotgun or pistol.

In layman’s terms, their mobility makes them perfect for the Canadian game, and the average CFL offence would highlight their strengths — not accentuate their weaknesses.

That said, although Kaepernick and Griffin III could be great CFL players, chances are we’ll never see it come to fruition. As of writing this it would not be a mutually beneficial equation — there is little to no upside for the players in question.

For starters, both have lucrative endorsement deals contingent on them plying their trade in the NFL. Both will be motivated to wait things out and see if a team gets desperate because of injury or under-performance and gives them a call rather than be bound to a CFL contract.

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What’s more, if an NFL team doesn’t take a chance on Kaepernick, he could do a speaking tour or write a book about his recent experiences and make more money than Hamilton could afford to pay him for a season’s work.

The lack of motivation isn’t just fiscal jersey china wholesale. It is logical.

There is nothing the Kaepernick or Griffin can do in the CFL to prove they can be a fit for an NFL team. This is not the equivalent of Doug Flutie or Warren Moon proving they can play the quarterback position as a pro — Kaepernick and RG3 have both already proven that.

Griffin was rookie of the year in 2012. Kapernick started in the Super Bowl in 2013. Both started for the majority of their teams’ games last year.

The question is are they still starter-capable players and, if so, is their baggage worth acquiring along with their skills?

With Griffin, that baggage includes a perceived self-promotional attitude and an inability to stay healthy. And with Kaepernick, it’s the attention his protest actions bring and questions about whether he can be accurate from the pocket.

Becoming a CFL all-star this year or next won’t do much to erase those questions.

(And before you run to the comments section below, yes, I know Vince Young decided to play in Saskatchewan. He’s also 34 and hasn’t played a meaningful NFL down in six years. Kaepernick is 29. Griffin is 27.)

Another thing to remember: Free agency opened just two weeks ago. Rosters are far from set and we haven’t even had the draft yet. If we are having this conversation in August and missing training camp for either is a possibility then the tenor of the conversation changes slightly, but not by much.

Right now the first and more logical step for each would be to welcome a role as an NFL backup and see where the chips fall.

For Kaepernick especially that call may never come as there is legitimate talk that he could be blackballed, which I feared would happen at the outset of free agency.

Spike Lee is already sounding the alarm.

And yesterday Donald Trump weighed in at a campaign rally in Kentucky, passing on an idea that NFL teams didn’t want to sign Kaepernick in an effort to avoid the U.S. president’s Twitter wrath.

But even the hottest of takes need time to simmer, and there’s still a lot of time for a Kaepernick market to develop. Adrian Peterson is a first-ballot Hall of Famer and he has yet to sign an NFL contract this off-season. It is still early.

From Hamilton’s perspective, the moves add up to a large Zach Collaros insurance policy. Collaros signed a three-year contract extension in June. When healthy he is 1A or 1B in the conversation for the best quarterback in the league along with Bo Levi Mitchell.

However, he won’t last forever and may not even last long. He has struggled with a variety of injuries in recent years and started only 10 games last season.

Hamilton is simply doing the due diligence in adding intriguing players to their neg list. But that move is one with the potential future in mind — not the present.

What it signals most is that both players’ NFL futures are presently uncertain. Not that they’ll realize their CFL potential any time soon, if at all.