Ryan Mundy

Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 209
College: West Virginia
Birth Place: Wilkins Township, Pennsylvania
Draft: 2008 6th round (28th pick) by the
  • Did Bears DL Akiem Hicks hint that contract extension is coming soon?
    Bears Wire

    Did Bears DL Akiem Hicks hint that contract extension is coming soon?

    Twitter has become a great place for players to break news. Chicago Bears DL Akiem Hicks may have done just that on Tuesday. Hicks is in the final year of his contract and if allowed to hit the open market next offseason, he’ll be viewed as one of the top — if not the top — defensive free agents available. He’s a top priority for Ryan Pace and the entire front office. Hicks recently hired Drew Rosenhaus to represent him in extension talks with the Bears and, if no extension is reached, to secure top dollar at season’s end. Rosenhaus has visited Bears training camp since being hired by Hicks, presumably to conduct those talks with Pace. Tweets can often be misunderstood, but they can also be clues

  • Dolphins: Welcome to the Jay Cutler era
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    Dolphins: Welcome to the Jay Cutler era

    The Jay Cutler era will officially begin for the Miami Dolphins on Thursday night. After being with the Dolphins organization for almost two weeks, Cutler is set to play in his first game with the team against the Baltimore Ravens. This will be the first time Cutler has played in any kind of game since November 20, when he was a member of the Chicago Bears. Not long after his last game in November, Cutler had season-ending shoulder surgery and missed the rest of the season. Chicago released Cutler in March after playing eight seasons with the team. Cutler was cleared by doctors in March, but he briefly retired to enter the Fox broadcasting booth before returning to football on August 6. Cutler

  • Ranking the top 5 Bears players on current roster
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    Ranking the top 5 Bears players on current roster

    The expectation for players entering their second year in the NFL — like Leonard Floyd, Jonathan Bullard and Nick Kwiatkoski — is that, with a season of experience, they can play faster and smarter. Case in point: In the last 15 years, only 13 rookies have had 10 or more sacks, while there have been 30 second-year players to have 10 or more sacks.  But the Bears’ front seven isn’t just feeling confident because of expected gains from Floyd, Bullard and Kwiatkoski (all of whom have had, to varying degrees, good preseasons so far). The front seven also has four veterans entering Year 2 in Vic Fangio’s defense: Defensive end Akiem Hicks, and inside linebackers Jerrell Freeman and Danny Trevathan.