Burial in today’s disastrous press conference, Bears’ GM Ryan Pace talks with Alan Robinson. The wide receiver’s contract is set to expire when the league year ends, and there are talks about an extension that, you’ll remember, didn’t go smoothly. Not only did Robinson ‘plead for a fifth’ when he was asked by the media about the status of his contract during the cleaning of Byers’ locker room, when he was asked about potentially keeping the franchise tag, but he Some were clear about their disappointment with not yet found.
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“I don’t know how that will affect or not,” Robinson said of his relationship with the team. “But at the same time, from my point of view, I personally feel like we had the opportunity to be able to do something in the last 365 days. But again, I don’t know that it really affects me very much Although things play out. “
The assumption was that the two sides had not had much interaction since the start of the season, especially when Robinson said he was turning his attention to the regular season. Asked where the conversation stands, Pace told a different story.
He said on Wednesday, “Those are all the things we work on and I think of the list of things we need to talk about, obviously it’s a big decision And that’s a big part of it. ” “You know how we feel about Alan, how respected he is in the building. But to know the specifics on his contract, you guys also know that I’m not going to get into this. Franchise Tag In regards to that, that’s all I will say. Everything is on the table. The league gives us the tools for a reason, but right now we’re just going to keep all the things that are internal in honor of Alan, his agent. In relation to. I think those are best handled. In a private way. ”
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what does this mean? Nothing! Can mining be done by Pace’s answer? Probably right! I don’t mean that you can kick you while you’re down, but it certainly doesn’t look like Alan Robinson has a future in Chicago. But the culture remains as strong as ever!