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Bears Talk w/ Mully & Hanley - 670 The Score


Wednesday, August 19, 2009:


In the third hour of The Mully & Hanley Show, the guys talk to former NFL Player Rodney Harrison about the Bears. Then Mike Klis from the Denver Post joins the guys to chat about Jay Cutler and what Bears fans should expect this season!

I didn't listen to these in full just yet but apparently Chicago native Rodney Harrison says Cutler brings in a lot of baggage. How surprising! Tell me again why the opinion of someone who was a Patriot the last 6 years of his career matters, why a Chicago radio station even bothered to have his opinion expressed?

Gee, you think he's not going to defend McDouche in the whole fiasco that went down?

Give me a break. Cutler also brings a hero's tale to Chicago; just ask Ron Santo about playing a pro sport while having Diabetes! We don't hear about that.

Ok, moving on... I'm also pretty sure Ron Turner joined Mully & Hanley during the 8 AM hour. That should be posted on that same link shortly.

 

Enjoy!

<em>This FanPost was written by a Windy City Gridiron member, and does not necessarily reflect the ideas or opinions of its staff or community.</em>

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