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Hub Arkush: Six Bears who could enjoy breakout seasons

It's official: the dog days of NFL training camps have arrived. At Halas Hall, if ever a crew needed their boat rocked a bit, a change of venue and perhaps even a solid blow or two landed, it is the Chicago Bears right now. Fortunately that's what's on the menu...
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Hub Arkush: It's up to Fields to keeps Bears QBs afloat

Welcome to the first of our 12-part series as we get you ready for Bears training camp by looking at each position group on the depth chart, special teams and the new coaching staff. We'll bring you brief scouting reports with pluses and minuses for every notable player, how each...
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Hub Arkush: Poles-Eberflus honeymoon takes big hit with Quinn's absence

From the moment they arrived at Halas Hall, it has felt like the top priority for head coach Matt Eberflus and general manager Ryan Poles has been avoiding controversy at all costs. It's worked mostly because they've made it clear that even without saying rebuild, that it is exactly what...
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Daily Herald

Hub Arkush: What have we learned about Bears this offseason?

So what have we learned about these new Chicago Bears with just three days of minicamp left of this offseason before everyone takes off for their six-week summer vacation before reporting to training camp?. The biggest rookie mistakes to date have come from the general manager and head coach. GM...
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Daily Herald

Hub Arkush: It's silly Bears lost OTA for 'excessive contact'

So what are we to make of the Bears and Matt Eberflus being docked one of their nine allowed offseason OTA sessions for excessive contact?. Is it a sign the rookie head coach is in over his head without a solid handle on the rules?. Could it be that Eberflus...
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Daily Herald

Hub Arkush: Can these Bears reach their Vegas win total?

Somewhere between the Bears organization's decision to tear the roster down almost to the studs, and the blind faith of the eternal optimists who promote the idea these Bears may only be a handful of young playmakers away from contending again, lies the reality of a 2022 season that must be played.
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Awful Announcing

Aaron Rodgers calls Hub Arkush “an absolute bum” for saying he wouldn’t vote Rodgers for NFL MVP

On Tuesday, Pro Football Weekly executive editor and SiriusXM sideline reporter Hub Arkush made headlines for revealing in an appearance on 670 The Score Chicago (with Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel) that he wouldn’t pick Green Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers on his NFL MVP ballot. Arkush said things like “I don’t think you can be the biggest jerk in the league and punish your team, and your organization and your fan base the way he did and be the Most Valuable Player.” On Wednesday, Rodgers responded with shots at Arkush in a press conference:
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Aaron Rodgers responds to NFL MVP voter Hub Arkush: 'I think he's a bum'

It’s usually not a good thing when a sports media personality makes the news. In talking about Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers, that’s what longtime scribe Hub Arkush did earlier in the week. The former Pro Football Weekly top dog talked about Rodgers’ MVP chances recently...
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Bears reporter, Hub Arkush, won’t vote for Aaron Rodgers for MVP because he thinks Rodgers is a, ‘bad guy.’

‘Self important sports journalist uses MVP vote to take personal moral stand against Aaron Rodgers.’ Yo, Hub Arkush:. I’ve been on record for the last two months as saying that the only thing that would prevent Aaron Rodgers winning his 4th MVP this season is that some voters aren’t going to like his off the field ‘drama.’ And the above audio is precisely what I’m talking about. Noted media dinosaur, Hub Arkush, made an absolute fool out of himself on Chicago radio yesterday when he stated that he’s not going to cast an MVP vote for the best player in the league (which he admits!) because he doesn’t like him personally.
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Aaron Rodgers on Hub Arkush: 'He's an absolute bum'

GREEN BAY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- As the vote for NFL MVP looms near, Chicago sportswriter and MVP voter, Hub Arkush, spoke Tuesday, Jan. 4, about Aaron Rodgers saying his offseason and off-field comments about COVID-19 doesn't make him the MVP. Aaron Rodgers disagreed. "I think he's a bum. I...
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Column: Hub Arkush isn’t ‘a bum,’ but his thoughts on Aaron Rodgers’ MVP candidacy were wrong — and he should recuse himself from voting

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is a virtual lock for the NFL’s Most Valuable Player award — and a deserving one at that. Hub Arkush is an NFL expert who works out of Chicago, writing for Pro Football Weekly and the Daily Herald and lending his expertise to WSCR-AM 670, where he’s known for having strong opinions on all things Bears.
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Journalist Hub Arkush Says Aaron Rodgers Won't Get His NFL MVP Vote: 'He's a Bad Guy'

At least one MVP voter won't be giving his selection to Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Longtime Chicago sportswriter Hub Arkush said on 670 The Score (h/t Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk) on Tuesday that he would not vote for Rodgers, calling him a "bad guy" and saying the quarterback's misleading comments about his vaccination status played a role in his decision:
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