Anthony Miller's ejection after getting physical with Chauncey Gardner-Johnson in last week's playoff game also cost him a fine. He was fined less than Gardner-Johnson, who was not ejected. Miller received a fine of $8,589 while Johnson's fine was $15,000 according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
He clearly had his best season, ranking second in the league in solo tackles, and the Bears missed him in the playoff game. RB David Montgomery: Running behind a shaky offensive line, Montgomery still managed to finish fifth in the league with 1,070 rushing yards, his receptions more than doubled over his rookie year and he fumbled once in 301 touches. He made the best of limited open space.
Those would be the odds for the Bears making a trade for Deshaun Watson and on Matt Nagy's firing. SportsBettingDime.com has made Nagy the favorite to be the next coach fired in the NFL at 4 to 1 odds. The next-best odds after Nagy are a familiar name: Vic Fangio at 5 to 1.