Bold strategy, Dolphins. Geno Atkins is a very strong human. So strong he makes other very large humans look like they are pumped up with air, like poor Dolphins offensive lineman Jermon Bushrod.
There are a lot of techniques to play offensive line. Getting obliterated so badly that you literally fall over and take out your own quarterback is not one of the better ones. A sack without touching the quarterback!
The only question is whether Atkins gets credit for the whole sack on that play or if Bushrod also gets credit for the tackle.
Chicago Bears left tackle Jermon Bushrod could have a chance to play next weekend against the Miami Dolphins at Soldier Field, still working back from injuries to his right knee and ankle.
The Bears have gotten a head start on getting the roster in order for 2016 by clearing out an offensive lineman. Gone is tackle Jermon Bushrod, released Tuesday by the Bears. “We thank Jermon for his contributions to the Bears,” G.M...
Tackle Jermon Bushrod became the latest Bears offensive lineman to voice offseason support for Jay Cutler and also addressed Matt Forte's absence from the team's voluntary workout program.
The Dolphins signed another veteran lineman, but this one is more of a depth signing. According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, the Dolphins have signed former Bears tackle Jermon Bushrod to a one-year deal. The 31-year-old...