Could a vet QB be brought in? Lovie says yes!
Here's some interesting stuff from that last article;
* Smith said Devin Hester will be a full-time receiver and also handle punt returns. So no kickoff returns for him.
* Smith said Brian Urlacher is healthy and said on two occasions that the middle linebacker is still "the face of the franchise."
* Smith said he expects "pretty much 100 percent" of his players to attend the start of the voluntary off-season conditioning program on Monday.
* Smith said he hasn't committed Julius Peppers to one side.
* Smith said he would like to "lock" Israel Idonije into defensive end more than tackle and "see how good he can be" (on the outside).
* Smith reinforced that the Bears will not become a pass-heavy team. "We're in Chicago. It's not going to change. We'll continue to run the football. We just want to be able to pass the football, too."
* Smith said he was on board with the team's decision to vote yes for the new overtime rule modification. "We voted for the rule, so that's what I liked. That's it," he said.
* Smith said the club felt it was time to give cornerback Nathan Vasher a chance at a fresh start. "You want to be fair with the veterans," he said. Time for the player and the team to move on, Smith said.
No mention of Pisa Tinoisamoa... interesting?
What do you all think?