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Cubs hint at Bears’ glaring quarterback need
- Updated: May 12, 2008
"Let’s just say having him throw out the first pitch and sing to the crowd was more about the Bears than it was about Tony Romo. You know they didn’t draft a quarterback, right?" — Cubs media relations flack Peter Chase.
Oddly enough, that same day the Bears’ ever popular QB tandem of Kyle Orton and Rex Grossman simultaneously threw out the first pitch and sang a lackluster duet at the Iowa Cubs game.