Playing With Pride: J’Marcus Webb

Dear Paul B. Sports Fans,

Sunday is a HUMONGOUS sports day for the Bears and the City of Chicago. I am as excited as a kid walking through the gates of Disneyland (Yes, I am THAT OLD.) One chapter of this fantastic event that I would like to emphasize is the play of J’Marcus Webb. He is a rookie and is playing his darn fool head off. He is playing at a position on our offensive line that is very difficult to succeed at, especially as a rookie.

He is the target of other players to “get under his skin” or blow past him to the quarterback. I absolutely LOVE this man. He is huge, bright, confident, accepts his “responsibility” to protect Cutler, and appreciates all the help and guidance from his coaches. He is playing in his 12th game, and performing at a high level of skill.

What a COACH-ABLE dude this man is! I love to hear this, don’t you? So many kids today (and he is quite young at 22) think they know everything there is to know about everything. He is mature beyond his years, and at 6’7″ and about 310 pounds, he is supposedly a kind and friendly man. I bet a box of Dunkin’ Donuts that he is just the opposite against his competitors. I will be watching #73 this Sunday with a big smile and a tip of my cap to this young man, a perfect role model for ALL KIDS!!! Good luck J Man—Chicago is counting on you, in more ways than one!

Paul B

J’Marcus Webb (born August 8, 1988) is an American football offensive tackle for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League. He was drafted by the Bears in the seventh round (218th pick overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft. He played college football at West Texas A&M.

In 2006, as a freshman, Webb played for the University of Texas Longhorns. The Longhorns went 10–3 and Webb played in the Alamo Bowl. In 2007, Webb transferred to Navarro College, and in 2008, he transferred to West Texas A&M University.

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