Adam Schiltz

Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 256
College: Emporia State
Birth Place: Ponca City, Oklahoma
Draft: Undrafted
  • Jay Cutler will broadcast Bears' season opener against Falcons
    Chicago Sun-Times

    Jay Cutler will broadcast Bears' season opener against Falcons

    Former Bears quarterback Jay Cutler won’t have to wait long to return to Soldier Field in his first season after retiring. Fox Sports’ Charles Davis said Tuesday that Cutler will call the Bears home opener against the Falcons on Sept. 10. He’ll work alongside Kevin Burkhardt and Charles Davis. Kickoff for the Bears’ season opener is schedule for noon at Soldier Field. The Bears released Cutler in March after he spent nine seasons with the team. He announced his retirement in May and said he was joining Fox Sports as a color analyst. Cutler’s first Fox game will be a familiar one: the Bears’ third preseason contest Aug. 27 in Nashville, Tennessee, where he played for Vanderbilt and now calls home.

  • Jets reach agreement with first-round pick Jamal Adams
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    Jets reach agreement with first-round pick Jamal Adams

    The New York Jets have reached a deal with first-round pick Jamal Adams, according to his agency Universal Sports Management. The No. 6 overall selection in the draft, Adams was one of just six draft picks without contract following Patrick Mahomes signing with the Kansas City Chiefs earlier on Thursday. Adams’ deal will be a four-year contract with an option for a fifth year.


    What Chiefs might look like if Scott Pioli were interim GM

    The news that the Carolina Panthers turned to former general manager Marty Hurney to replace the recently fired Dave Gettleman got me to thinking about the Kansas City Chiefs, who, until last week, had a GM vacancy of their own. What if instead of hiring Brett Veach to replace John Dorsey, the Chiefs had emulated the Panthers and gone the interim route, hiring their former general manager Scott Pioli? The Chiefs would likely have a fan revolt on their hands if that had happened. Pioli -- who had a record of 23-41 as Kansas City’s general manager from 2009-12 -- was unpopular with the fans back then, and would undoubtedly be so today. And that would remain true despite the fact that two of the