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RichH55 wrote: Thu Jun 13, 2024 10:52 am
Bears Whiskey Nut wrote: Thu Jun 13, 2024 10:42 am Does this make anyone else nervous?

https://bleacherreport.com/articles/101 ... nfl-season

I want my QB focused on football, not starting a real estate/PE investment firm.
To answer the question posed: No.

I think every football player is going to have some non-football pursuits/activities. Be it fast cars and women - or investments.

Heck - I think the biggest change for a Football player (person in general) - is having a child. I very rarely see fans thinking - on man Player X is having a baby - that's gonna hurt his game
After making +$10 million before signing a contract with the Bears (and I don't think he's signed yet) Caleb is already involved with investments. Now that he is out of school he's looking to amp that part up. If anything you'd think he would be pursuing some type of catastrophic injury insurance, in case the unthinkable happens and he's no longer able to play. I don't know what kind of premium would be charged for that policy, let alone how many millions they would write it for.

Each player is different when they deal with their family/children. It seemed to affect Davis last year. Did it have a good effect on Jenkins? He seemed to mature significantly. He was married last year and now has a baby. I think those were positive factors for him.
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Bears Whiskey Nut wrote: Thu Jun 13, 2024 10:42 am Does this make anyone else nervous?

https://bleacherreport.com/articles/101 ... nfl-season

I want my QB focused on football, not starting a real estate/PE investment firm.
Heck no. I think this is great.

My opinion has nothing to do with me having a career in FP&A for PE owned portfolio companies.

Side Comment: I absolutely LOVE what I do for a living.
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spudbear wrote: Thu Jun 13, 2024 11:32 am
RichH55 wrote: Thu Jun 13, 2024 10:52 am

To answer the question posed: No.

I think every football player is going to have some non-football pursuits/activities. Be it fast cars and women - or investments.

Heck - I think the biggest change for a Football player (person in general) - is having a child. I very rarely see fans thinking - on man Player X is having a baby - that's gonna hurt his game
After making +$10 million before signing a contract with the Bears (and I don't think he's signed yet) Caleb is already involved with investments. Now that he is out of school he's looking to amp that part up. If anything you'd think he would be pursuing some type of catastrophic injury insurance, in case the unthinkable happens and he's no longer able to play. I don't know what kind of premium would be charged for that policy, let alone how many millions they would write it for.

Each player is different when they deal with their family/children. It seemed to affect Davis last year. Did it have a good effect on Jenkins? He seemed to mature significantly. He was married last year and now has a baby. I think those were positive factors for him.
It definitively can be good.

But I think the thought is that anything that takes away from Football time is a worry

I am excited for all things Caleb - just add investing to the list
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Caleb Williams' QB room is stacked with Bears coaches, but only one voice
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Flying around the country in January, Efberflus, just weeks removed from his own job security being in serious question, reshaped his offensive coaching staff.

First, he hired Shane Waldron, a coordinator with experience that their previous hire was lacking. Then Waldron helped to assemble a unit that included pass-game coordinator Thomas Brown, who had just completed a head coaching interview with the Titans, and quarterbacks coach Kerry Joseph, who had worked under Waldron with the Seahawks.

The three, combined with offensive assistants Ryan Griffin and Robbie Picazo, form Williams’ support system inside the quarterback room at Halas Hall. The Bears fine-tuned exactly what that looks like this offseason.

“There’s definitely a learning curve because you have new people coming together,” Eberflus said.

It takes a village to develop a quarterback. The Bears spent last seven weeks trying to ensure Williams didn’t feel he was getting advice from every single villager.

“Anywhere you go, the quarterback room is a popular spot for a number of different reasons,” Brown said. “One of the first things I said when I got here was trying to find ways of limiting communication. … Being able to have the chain of command in how we deliver information so it’s not overloading to the kid.”

Waldron, the Seahawks’ coordinator from 2021-23, runs the Bears’ offensive meetings and quarterback meetings. Joseph focuses on Williams’ fundamentals, from footwork to cadence. Brown feeds his ideas through Waldron, though he can address the meeting room or Williams on the field.

That structure is fairly typical — the Seahawks and Rams were similar in Waldron’s stops— but the Bears’ discipline about it is remarkable. The rookie will get feedback from everyone from Eberflus to his personal quarterback coach Will Hewlitt, but the Bears want to make sure the voice he hears loudest is Waldron’s.

“I think that starts with the communication amongst ourselves within the staff … different guys that are going to be around the quarterback,” Waldron said. “But knowing there is still a voice that’s coming from me that everyone is going to echo.”

Williams included.

“That’s one of the most — if not the most —important relationships on the coaching staff and throughout this team, for me to have, is my OC,” Williams said. “And for us to be on the same page throughout this process, and growing and learning from that.”
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Before he was hired as the pass-game coordinator — Eberflus had never employed a coach with that standalone position — Brown interviewed for the Bears’ coordinator job. His previous experience working with Waldron was a major reason he took the gig.

Those disparate backgrounds lead to different ideas about what works.

“I would say one of the biggest things is philosophically, being able to find an area where we kind of align,” Brown said. “We’re not the same at all — we kind of have some different processes.”

That’s fine.

“I would hope that not everybody agrees with each other every single second of a meeting — because that would mean everyone is just saying yes to say yes,” Waldron said. “So we’ll have good, tough conversations with the goal being what’s right for our offense this year. And then when we break those meetings as a staff and go join the players, we’re all on the one unified front right there and presenting the same message to all our players.”

Particularly one of them.

“How do we get a quarterback to be the offensive coordinator on the field during the game?” Joseph said. “You continue to funnel that information to him.”

Full article: https://chicago.suntimes.com/bears/2024 ... t-eberflus
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The kid is already a millionaire and with a $25 mil signing bonus about to become an even bigger one. He's not gonna put all that money in a sock in his sock drawer. Of course he's gonna have financial advisors and he should. I haven't heard anyone ever complain about Michael Jordan's business interests. These guys will retire some day and need to set up for it.
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Bears Whiskey Nut wrote: Thu Jun 13, 2024 10:42 am Does this make anyone else nervous?

https://bleacherreport.com/articles/101 ... nfl-season

I want my QB focused on football, not starting a real estate/PE investment firm.
Totally rescind this comment. Everything I've read said this was a really really smart move. I mean, let's face it. I'm an idiot. And willing to admit it.
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Bears Whiskey Nut wrote: Sun Jun 16, 2024 7:13 pm I mean, let's face it. I'm an idiot. And willing to admit it.
So said everyone here. Or at least if everyone here would adopt this stance it would be a much more civil experience.
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I'm one of the older people here, and I think you never quite get over that self-inflicted idiocy.

I practice almost every day for the cognitive test that my MD gives me twice a year, but it hasn't really helped the idiocy thing too much.

At my doc's office they give you the cog test words at the beginning of their examination and wait until you're completely done and clear out in the waiting room to check your memory with a recital. The medical assistant escorts you out into the waiting area, sits you down and does that right before you leave. I think they do that intentionally so you don't ask any questions during the exam because you're straining ever fiber of your brain to not forget the words before you get done.
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Arkansasbear wrote: Mon Jun 17, 2024 4:22 pm
Bears Whiskey Nut wrote: Sun Jun 16, 2024 7:13 pm I mean, let's face it. I'm an idiot. And willing to admit it.
So said everyone here. Or at least if everyone here would adopt this stance it would be a much more civil experience.
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I love this quote from Michael in The Good Place:
It's a rare occurrence, like a double rainbow, or someone on the internet saying, "You know what? You've convinced me I was wrong."
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dave99 wrote: Mon Jun 17, 2024 7:05 pm I love this quote from Michael in The Good Place:
It's a rare occurrence, like a double rainbow, or someone on the internet saying, "You know what? You've convinced me I was wrong."
I particularly love the ones who, even after you man up and say you were wrong, continue to mock you for it. Talk about low class….
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dplank wrote: Thu May 30, 2024 11:16 am OK here we go....
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Arkansasbear wrote: Mon Jun 10, 2024 2:27 pm
The Marshall Plan wrote: Mon Jun 10, 2024 1:58 pm

Hello Everyone,

I have an important announcement to make regarding the status of me obtaining a Caleb Williams jersey.

I was notified that my jersey will be shipping on July 15th.

Thank you.
Thanks for the update. Ive been wondering about that. :-P
May I have your attention please? Ok thank you.

There is an unconfirmed report that my Caleb Williams jersey has been delivered.

Much earlier than originally reported.
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The Marshall Plan wrote: Fri Jun 21, 2024 1:52 pm
Arkansasbear wrote: Mon Jun 10, 2024 2:27 pm

Thanks for the update. Ive been wondering about that. :-P
May I have your attention please? Ok thank you.

There is an unconfirmed report that my Caleb Williams jersey has been delivered.

Much earlier than originally reported.
Need to see a pic of you wearing it, and giving G08 the heart hands
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There is an unconfirmed report that @The Marshall Plan's Caleb Williams jersey has a defect with WILLIAMS misspelt "MINSHEW".
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HisRoyalSweetness wrote: Fri Jun 21, 2024 3:11 pm There is an unconfirmed report that @The Marshall Plan's Caleb Williams jersey has a defect with WILLIAMS misspelt "MINSHEW".
And somehow it came with the sleeves already torn off?!?!?! AND THERE"S A MATCHING FIERO PARKED IN THE DRIVEWAY?!?!?!
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Rusty Trombagent wrote: Fri Jun 21, 2024 6:44 pm
HisRoyalSweetness wrote: Fri Jun 21, 2024 3:11 pm There is an unconfirmed report that The Marshall Plan's Caleb Williams jersey has a defect with WILLIAMS misspelt "MINSHEW".
And somehow it came with the sleeves already torn off?!?!?! AND THERE"S A MATCHING FIERO PARKED IN THE DRIVEWAY?!?!?!
TMP's security camera captured an image of the delivery driver.

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Rusty Trombagent wrote: Fri Jun 21, 2024 6:44 pm
HisRoyalSweetness wrote: Fri Jun 21, 2024 3:11 pm There is an unconfirmed report that @The Marshall Plan's Caleb Williams jersey has a defect with WILLIAMS misspelt "MINSHEW".
And somehow it came with the sleeves already torn off?!?!?! AND THERE"S A MATCHING FIERO PARKED IN THE DRIVEWAY?!?!?!
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dplank wrote: Fri Jun 21, 2024 2:20 pm
The Marshall Plan wrote: Fri Jun 21, 2024 1:52 pm

May I have your attention please? Ok thank you.

There is an unconfirmed report that my Caleb Williams jersey has been delivered.

Much earlier than originally reported.
Need to see a pic of you wearing it, and giving G08 the heart hands
Then his wife catches him giving his PC joystick a knobber. Again.

DON'T YOU EVER KNOCK!!!!

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HisRoyalSweetness wrote: Fri Jun 21, 2024 8:09 pm
Rusty Trombagent wrote: Fri Jun 21, 2024 6:44 pm

And somehow it came with the sleeves already torn off?!?!?! AND THERE"S A MATCHING FIERO PARKED IN THE DRIVEWAY?!?!?!
TMP's security camera captured an image of the delivery driver.

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The Marshall Plan wrote: Sat Jun 22, 2024 10:18 am When it comes to Minshew, “There’s someone in my head but it’s not me.” ;)
I can't think of anything to say... I think it's marvelous! :lol:
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The Marshall Plan wrote: Sat Jun 22, 2024 4:26 am
dplank wrote: Fri Jun 21, 2024 2:20 pm

Need to see a pic of you wearing it, and giving G08 the heart hands
Then his wife catches him giving his PC joystick a knobber. Again.

DON'T YOU EVER KNOCK!!!!

Great movie. I watched "Brats" on Hulu recently. It's a documentary by Andrew McCarthy about the Brat Pack. It was very underwhelming IMO. But it made me go back and watch a bunch of great movies from that era - St. Elmo's Fire, Breakfast Club, 16 Candles, and Fast Times.
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Arkansasbear wrote: Mon Jun 24, 2024 2:46 pm
The Marshall Plan wrote: Sat Jun 22, 2024 4:26 am

Then his wife catches him giving his PC joystick a knobber. Again.

DON'T YOU EVER KNOCK!!!!

Great movie. I watched "Brats" on Hulu recently. It's a documentary by Andrew McCarthy about the Brat Pack. It was very underwhelming IMO. But it made me go back and watch a bunch of great movies from that era - St. Elmo's Fire, Breakfast Club, 16 Candles, and Fast Times.
I saw that documentary too and was disappointed.

For pure entertainment I think Fast Times is way better than any of the John Hughes movies.
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The Marshall Plan wrote: Mon Jun 24, 2024 2:52 pm
Arkansasbear wrote: Mon Jun 24, 2024 2:46 pm

Great movie. I watched "Brats" on Hulu recently. It's a documentary by Andrew McCarthy about the Brat Pack. It was very underwhelming IMO. But it made me go back and watch a bunch of great movies from that era - St. Elmo's Fire, Breakfast Club, 16 Candles, and Fast Times.
I saw that documentary too and was disappointed.

For pure entertainment I think Fast Times is way better than any of the John Hughes movies.
I don't know about "way better," but it was amazing.

The other day I had post divorce hearing. The parties entered into an AWFUL agreement. The husband had been a mill worker for 40+ years. When they got divorce he was allowed to use the shop on what had been the parties' marital home for six months. When we got to six months and one day, the wife changed the locks and gave all his tools away. I found the wife in contempt and set if for a hearing on damages. The guy had sets by Craftsman, Snap On and Dewalt. The price of the professional sets was unreal. Never realized how much some of that cost.

When we got to closing the wife's attorney said I shouldn't belief he had so many tools (despite the testimony of family, friends and pictures showing what he had). In making my ruling I said that the husband must be related to Spicoli because he’s got this ultimate set of tools.

On a side note, but staying in the Fast Times lane, I was teaching continuing education classes earlier this month and some attorney asked what to do when the other parents schedules the kids activities that interfere with her client's time. I said 'To paraphrase Spicoli's statement to Mr. Hand,, 'If your client is there and the kid is there, doesn't it make it their time?"
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thats awesome ark. we need more judges like you
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Titans DT Jeffery Simmons 'can't wait' to trash-talk Bears QB Caleb Williams in Week 1

Jeffery Simmons won't shy from his reputation as a trash-talker.
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"I've had the ref come to me with like 'you have to calm it down,'" Simmons said Tuesday during an appearance on the Rich Eisen Show. "Sometimes, the ref probably heard me really talking smack. He's like 'nine-eight, calm down.'

"It's been like that a couple times."

Naturally, the two-time Pro Bowler's admission prompted Eisen and his crew to dig deeper on the subject, and before long, Week 1 -- Tennessee's date with No. 1 overall pick Caleb Williams and the Chicago Bears -- became the focus.

Williams has already proven to be a lightning rod for criticism before even taking an NFL snap. Simmons said he's going to take aim at one of Williams' fashion choices.

"Painted nails. I can't wait to say that to him," Simmons said. "Most definitely. Oh, it's gonna be one of them games. I mean, he probably gets smack-talked by his teammates right now, but especially a game like that. My first game, of course I missed the last end of the season. ... It's gonna be the first game of the season. They've got us coming to Chicago. All the hype's gonna be around them of course. I think when special, even prime-time games … everybody just counts Tennessee out, which we all know. A game like Chicago, I'm sure (they're) thinking we 'bout to get beat bad. That also make me even talk more smack and boost me up a little more, get into a different mode, as well. I'll be in a different mode that game.

"I get it. You've got a first-round pick like Caleb Williams, which is a great player. Watching a couple games when he was at USC, he's a hell of a player. But it's a different league, and I'm excited to play him the first game."
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"Like you said, it's one of them games where it's his first real NFL game. Just hopefully, (I'm) not out to hurt no one, but our goal is to get to him and, like you said, welcome him to the NFL."

Full article: https://www.nfl.com/news/titans-dt-jeff ... -in-week-1
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oh god damn can you imagine if caleb painted his nails with like "JEFF" on them for week one?
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HisRoyalSweetness wrote: Wed Jun 26, 2024 2:27 pm
Titans DT Jeffery Simmons 'can't wait' to trash-talk Bears QB Caleb Williams in Week 1

Jeffery Simmons won't shy from his reputation as a trash-talker.
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"I've had the ref come to me with like 'you have to calm it down,'" Simmons said Tuesday during an appearance on the Rich Eisen Show. "Sometimes, the ref probably heard me really talking smack. He's like 'nine-eight, calm down.'

"It's been like that a couple times."

Naturally, the two-time Pro Bowler's admission prompted Eisen and his crew to dig deeper on the subject, and before long, Week 1 -- Tennessee's date with No. 1 overall pick Caleb Williams and the Chicago Bears -- became the focus.

Williams has already proven to be a lightning rod for criticism before even taking an NFL snap. Simmons said he's going to take aim at one of Williams' fashion choices.

"Painted nails. I can't wait to say that to him," Simmons said. "Most definitely. Oh, it's gonna be one of them games. I mean, he probably gets smack-talked by his teammates right now, but especially a game like that. My first game, of course I missed the last end of the season. ... It's gonna be the first game of the season. They've got us coming to Chicago. All the hype's gonna be around them of course. I think when special, even prime-time games … everybody just counts Tennessee out, which we all know. A game like Chicago, I'm sure (they're) thinking we 'bout to get beat bad. That also make me even talk more smack and boost me up a little more, get into a different mode, as well. I'll be in a different mode that game.

"I get it. You've got a first-round pick like Caleb Williams, which is a great player. Watching a couple games when he was at USC, he's a hell of a player. But it's a different league, and I'm excited to play him the first game."
...

"Like you said, it's one of them games where it's his first real NFL game. Just hopefully, (I'm) not out to hurt no one, but our goal is to get to him and, like you said, welcome him to the NFL."

Full article: https://www.nfl.com/news/titans-dt-jeff ... -in-week-1
That may be the worst trash talking in history "Painted nails!!!!" That'll get under his skin. Don't like drawing impressions of guys from their comments to the media, but reading that, he doesn't come across as the sharpest.
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Arkansasbear wrote: Wed Jun 26, 2024 3:58 pm
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That may be the worst trash talking in history "Painted nails!!!!" That'll get under his skin. Don't like drawing impressions of guys from their comments to the media, but reading that, he doesn't come across as the sharpest.
He's not the sharpest nail on the claw.
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Rusty Trombagent wrote: Wed Jun 26, 2024 2:59 pm oh god damn can you imagine if caleb painted his nails with like "JEFF" on them for week one?
Rather than FU UTAH could do Hi Jeff
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