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Bearly Legal: Monsters in the Morning
Robin and David welcome Jeff Schwartz, who fills them in on the new Monsters in the Morning show which premieres Monday on Comcast Sportsnet.
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Bearly Legal: Ken Margerum
Former Bear receiver Ken Margerum joins Robin and David, to catch up on his life after the NFL and his current job in the football program at San Jose State.
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Bearly Legal: Bobby Douglass
Former Bears quarterback Bobby Douglass talks about the ways the quarterback position has changed since his playing days, and the new trend of parity among teams in todays NFL.
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Bobby Douglass
Bobby Douglass was drafted in the second round of the 1969 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears, whom he played for 1969-1975. During his career, he also played for the San Diego Chargers, the New Orleans Saints, and the Green Bay Packers. Douglass retired after the 1978 season, after playing 10 seasons in the NFL. He attended the University of Kansas. In 1972, Douglass set the record for most rushing yards by a QB in one season. The record stood for 34 years. In a 14-game 1972 season, he ran for 968 yards and 8 touchdowns on 141 carries. Michael Vick broke the single-season QB rushing record with 1,039 in a 16-game season (2006). In five seasons from 1971-1975, Douglass played in 47 games and amassed 2,040 rushing yards. During that span, he averaged 43.4 rushing yards per game played--the second highest rushing yards per game average over a five-season span for a QB. However, Douglass had little success as a passer, going 507-for-1178 for 36 touchdowns and 64 interceptions with a quarterback passer rating of only 48.5 during his 10-season NFL career.