The Chicago Bears, who already lack experience at the wide receiver position plan on adding world record breaking sprinter Usain Bolt to the roster.
Bolt nicknamed the “Lightning Bolt” has never played american football, but the Bears said they will insert him into the lineup across from Devin Hester.
Jay Cutler will now have the two fastest players in the NFL to throw to.
This is what Jay Cutler had to say about Bolt coming to Chicago:
“This is a great day for the Bears. This guy is super fast. Him and Hester lining up is a dream come true. It really is a historic day in football. I’m glad I’m not in Denver anymore.”
Look at former Bears wide receiver Willie Gault, he won the bronze medal in the 100m at the 1980 Liberty Bell Classic, then he won a Super Bowl.
At 6’5, 190 he’s really skinny. but he could bulk up.
He might have to start getting into the swing of things fast because he needs to learn the routes, how to adjust to game speed with the pads on and everything else about american football.
ESPN’s NFL analyst Mark Schlereth said this about Bolt as an NFL player:
“He would be a terrible football player, someone would “thunder punch” him and he wouldn’t be able to get off the line.”
Usain Bolt responded by saying this:
“Mark, I would thunder punch you and if you tried to thunder punch me, I would be gone before you knew it. OK. I’ll will do great in Chicago. Hester and I will run the wildcat all day baby.”
At 22 years old, Usain Bolt has a lot of time to develop into one of the greatest wide receivers of all time.
Thank goodness the Bears picked him up before anyone else did.
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Quotes by Jay Cutler and Usain Bolt are not real, but Mark Schlereth’s quote is from ESPN.com