John Crist: Let's get started. No Jay Cutler questions, I promise. Let's get going with Devin Aromashodu. He is a name that Bears fans have fallen in love with and had a couple of hot games down the stretch. Do you see enough on tape that this guy can legitimately be a solid NFL starter, or did he just have a good month in some meaningless games?
Greg Cosell: Well, the way I look at this stuff is I look at it based on skills and attributes at the wide receiver position, so I feel there's enough tape to make a judgment, and I feel he's one of those sort of fluid, long striders. I think that he's got deceptive deep speed, which we saw in that game against the Vikings. I think he actually was laterally quicker on in-breaking routes that I thought he'd be, so I think he definitely is going to be a solid NFL starter, and, obviously, not that we want to talk about Jay Cutler, but I think Cutler did have a feel for throwing to him late in the season. He felt very comfortable throwing to him, and I think that will help the kid a lot as they progress this season.
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