David Teggart

#16K,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 207
Born:
College: Connecticut
Birth Place: Northborough, Massachusetts
Draft: Undrafted
  • Kevin White's progress a mystery as Bears begin OTAs
    Chicago Tribune

    Kevin White's progress a mystery as Bears begin OTAs

    The Bears are diving deeper into their offseason program at Halas Hall, in their first week of organized team activities at Halas Hall. Here's what we learned from Tuesday's session, the only one this week open to the media. Receiver Kevin White's progress is a mystery White was in attendance Tuesday, but the Bears' media policy prohibits reporting on how much White participated. The third-year receiver continues working back from the season-ending spiral fracture he suffered in his left fibula last October. Asked for his early impressions of White, starting quarterback Mike Glennon lit up. "I've really enjoyed getting to know Kevin on the field and off the field," Glennon said. "He's a great

  • Report: Jets coaches ‘pleased’ with Hackenberg in practice
    Yardbarker

    Report: Jets coaches ‘pleased’ with Hackenberg in practice

    Bates was the quarterbacks coach with the Denver Broncos when Jay Cutler had his most productive season as a pro in 2008. He spent time as the offensive coordinator with the Seattle Seahawks for one season in 2010 and worked with Cutler again with the Chicago Bears in 2012. He was out of football from 2012 until the Jets hired him in February. Hackenberg is entering his second NFL season, and the Jets are hoping he shows great improvement. Some of the reports we heard during his rookie season made it seem like the team regretted using the No. 51 overall pick on the former Penn State star a year ago. With veteran Josh McCown on board and ready to play the role of starter for a bridge year, Hackenberg

  • Rotoworld.com

    Press Conference: NFC North

    How does a draft writer spend the first weeks after the big event? I’m not sure, but I have decided to watch ever press conference for every team after each day of the draft, so you don’t have to. The goal is to pick up tendencies, tells and specific reasoning for selections. Sometimes the coaches and general managers have a role in mind, and as I’ve learned, too often they do not. As you can see, the notes are very rough. This is not transcribing, more so noting the important points involved in an entire thought. Chicago Bears Speaking: Ryan Pace rounds one and two, Pace and John Fox to wrap day three. Prescott area scout on Trubisky and Morgan. Shiver area scout for Shaheen. Summerville area