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Bears searching for QBs in secondary
At all levels of football, including the NFL, the quarterback must know what every player on offense is supposed to do on every single snap. In this way, a quarterback can serve as a field general, one who can direct his teammates to their proper positions and make necessary adjustments on the fly. Quarterbacks who do not understand every nuance of the playbook don't typically last long at the professional level. At that critical position, mental preparation is crucial. For the Chicago Bears, the same can be said about the safety position on the defensive side of the ball. Located behind the rest of his teammates, a safety has the best view of the field and is in position to serve as the eyes and, in essence, the brain of the secondary. "We view the safety position as the quarterback on defense," Bears safety coach Chris Harris told Bear Report. "I know the MIKE linebacker calls out the plays but at the safety position, you have to direct traffic within the back seven. You have...
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