The Chicago Bears have a left tackle for the future, but it's veteran Orlando Pace and not first…
Insider Analysis: OT Orlando Pace
The Chicago Bears knew they needed to protect their shiny new toy in quarterback Jay Cutler, so they immediately brought in reinforcements up front by signing future Hall of Fame offensive tackle Orlando Pace the very same day. A seven-time Pro Bowler in the NFC and a three-time All-Pro, Pace was a big reason why the "Greatest Show on Turf" was so successful in St. Louis back in the glory days of Kurt Warner and Marshall Faulk. If not for the 6-7, 320-pounder keeping enemy pass rushers at bay from his left tackle position, more than likely Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt wouldn't have had so much time to get open downfield and rack up all those 1,000-yard seasons through the air. While not a skill-position player, the former No. 1-overall pick in 1997 was an integral part of one of the most...
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