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Bears GM has harsh assessment of Cody Parkey's future in Chicago

Posted On: Jan 14, 2019   |   Posted By: Yardbarker

Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Pace has essentially confirmed that kicker Cody Parkey's days with the organization are numbered. Pace said Monday that the kicker position “is an emphasis for us," all but affirming Parkey won't be back with Chicago in 2019. It's harsh, but nobody will dispute it. Parkey made just 23 of his 30 field- goal attempts in the regular season, culminating in his 43-yard miss that cost the Bears a playoff game against the Philadelphia Eagles. It was admittedly tipped by an Eagles player, but the body of work on the whole simply isn't good enough for the Bears. It's safe to say the Bears will have a new kicker next season.

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