NEW YORK - APRIL 22: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell looks on as he stands on stage during the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall on April 22, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)
Over the course of the past year, Grizzly Detail has given Jerry Angelo many, many suggestions of offensive linemen in the draft. Jay Cutler was the most-sacked QB in the league in 2010. The line could use help. Here's a rundown of all of our favorites:
Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin: He's a favorite of both the Bears offensive line coach Mike Tice and Grizzly Detail due to his polished, NFL-ready style, and his overwhelming confidence. There's a good chance that he won't be around for the Bears at the 29th pick, but we'll still keep our fingers crossed.
Tim Barnes, Missouri: The center is projected to go in the fourth or fifth round, but his size and comfort with pass-heavy systems could make him a steal for the Bears.
Keith Williams, Nebraska: A tackle with the size and seasoning to fit in on the Bears' line
Bo Thran, Oregon: A big, athletic lineman who could open holes for Matt Forte who also has a great name and a big heart
Marcus Cannon, TCU: The well-known gym rat received bad news this week. He was diagnose with non-Hodgkins lymphoma, and though it's considere treatable, he has more important things than football on his mind.
Chase Beeler, Stanford: A center who helped the Cardinal create offensive explosions
Danny Watkins, Baylor: The 26-year-old Canadian has shown tremendous potential
Mike Pouncey, Florida: A center who has shown versatility on the line whose twin brother is in the NFL
Trade the Pick: In the final installment, we realized that it might not be a bad idea for the Bears to trade the pick for more draft picks because the Bears need bodies.