Matt Toeaina

Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 308
College: Oregon
Birth Place: San Francisco, California
Draft: 2007 6th round (13th pick) by the
  • Bears front office ranked worst in NFL
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    Bears front office ranked worst in NFL

    The season of disrespect for the Chicago Bears continues. After a busy free agency period and aggressive 2017 NFL Draft, the Bears’ front office was ranked worst in the NFL by CBS Sports. It’s a shame, the Bears were actually having a productive offseason before their decision to trade up one spot for the right to select Mitch Trubisky. But you can’t ignore that trade. The Bears were swindled by the 49ers, essentially bidding against themselves. They also gave Mike Glennon way too much money. Nobody will care about the trade if Trubisky ends up being good, but the process matters, as our Will Brinson explained recently. And the Bears messed up the process. With all due respect to Sean Wagner-McGough,

  • Why Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh will be 'pulling hard' for the Bears this season
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    Why Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh will be 'pulling hard' for the Bears this season

    In just the last three NFL seasons the Bears have changed every significant skill position on the offensive side of the ball. Gone are quarterback Jay Cutler, running back Matt Forte, wide receivers Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery, and tight end Martellus Bennett. It's a new era in Chicago for more reasons than one, and Monday Morning Quarterback's Peter King shared his thoughts on what that might look like in his latest NFL Power Rankings. King has the Bears ranked 28th, ahead of just the New York Jets, Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers. But he's optomistic on a few fronts. Free-agent signing Mike Glennon is grinding his teeth over the drafting of QB Mitchell Trubisky (second pick

  • Bears may be changing Kyle Long’s position again
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    Bears may be changing Kyle Long’s position again

    The last time the Chicago Bears asked Kyle Long to change positions, it was a week before the 2015 season opener against the Green Bay Packers. Long went form right guard to right tackle that season, and even though he had some growing pains, he settled into his new role and made the Pro Bowl for a third straight year. He wasn’t an initial selection, but he got the nod as an alternate. Long has always said he’d play wherever the team needed him to play, so he may be on the move again. The Chicago Tribune is reporting that “the Bears are in the process of shifting Long to left guard for the 2017 season.” This would necessitate a flip between Long and Josh Sitton, who played in the Pro Bowl last