Marcus Trice

#35S,
Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 193
Born:
College: North Texas
Birth Place: Mesquite, Texas
Draft: Undrafted
  • Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari list Lake Forest mansion for $4.75 million
    Chicago Tribune

    Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari list Lake Forest mansion for $4.75 million

    Retired Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and his actress and reality TV star-turned-accessories-designer wife, Kristin Cavallari, on Saturday placed their seven-bedroom, 11,000-square-foot mansion in Lake Forest on the market for $4.75 million. Cutler, 34, was released by the Bears in March after eight seasons with the team, and he subsequently announced his retirement from football and joined FOX Sports as a broadcaster. Meanwhile, Cavallari, 30, has branched off from her reality TV career into designing accessories and shoes. Earlier this month, the couple moved to Nashville, Tenn. — where Cutler starred at Vanderbilt University — after being based in the Chicago area for many years.

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    Bears fan given epic birthday cake featuring old Mitch Trubisky tweet

    Before he was drafted by the Chicago Bears to save the franchise. Before he was even the big man on campus at North Carolina. Mitch Trubisky knew what he loved. This brings us to an old tweet by the No. 2 overall draft pick. One that dates back to 2011, when he announced to the world via his Twitter account his love of kissing female … well, you can probably guess. The tweet, which has since been deleted, was the centerpiece for one Bears fan’s epic birthday cake, which was shared on Reddit by his friend.

  • The continuing enigma that is Kevin White
    Windy City Gridiron

    The continuing enigma that is Kevin White

    The NFL dream as a high profile, former first-round pick isn’t supposed to go this way. When a team invests part of their future into a player with a top-10 pick, as the Chicago Bears did with Kevin White at No. 7 overall in the 2015 NFL Draft, the leap to stardom as a household name is only supposed to slowly build it’s way up. Everything is, in turn, thrown into rhythm, as a player is shown the ropes of professional football and acclimates enough to become the star he was originally envisioned to be. For White, his NFL road has not fit the ideal script to this point. With two serious leg injuries in the first two years of his Bears career, albeit both bone-related, the developmental trajectory