All bits from the same article.
First up and most of the article pertains to J.T. O'Sullivan.
Geography matters little for someone like O'Sullivan, who is trying to keep from falling off the NFL map. The only scenery he pays attention to are the images in front of him on a screen in the meeting room.
"The videotape doesn't lie, and if you're good enough they'll find a spot for you," O'Sullivan said of the Bears.
With four quarterbacks already on the roster, the team will be hard-pressed to do so. But O'Sullivan will report to Bourbonnais, once he finds it, believing he can push Kyle Orton and undrafted free agent Chris Leak for the No. 3 quarterback job. Who knows?
If O'Sullivan's start for Frankfurt is any indication--he is 75 of 115 for 951 yards with six TDs, three interceptions and a passer rating of 97.4--he will arrive with confidence that has been built as much as his football résumé.
Then something on the possibility of trading Alex Brown or Adewale Ogunleye.
Then of course we finish with everybody's favorite numbnuts agent, Drew Rosenhaus laying it on that Greg Olsen will not be an issue to sign.