Bears Barroom Radio – A Chicago Bears Christmas

Bears Barroom Radio – A Chicago Bears Christmas

Chicago Bears Christmases are starting to feel a lot like a Charlie Brown Christmas. Every season fans go in with high expectations and every year Lucy pulls the football out and the Bears fall on their butt. That’s the mood for this week’s Holiday show, but do not bypass this show, because along the way there are tons of laughs and insights shared.

Jose Cotto, Lorin Cox, Shayne Marsaw and Phil Ottochian join Bears Barroom Radio host Aldo Gandia and talk about several topics including whether Ryan Pace should re-tag (if he;s unable to sign to a long-term contract) Alshon Jeffery, the future of Kyle Fuller and which young players deserve more playing time in the last two game.

The show ends with a grab bag. Each of the Barflies hands out a Christmas present to someone in the Bears organization. Don’t miss the ho ho ho hilarity.

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Aldo Gandia

Aldo Gandia

Among my career highlights I have produced two films while in high school that received nationwide attention; leaned out of a helicopter over the Gulf of Suez at the age of 20 to shoot movies of oil rigs; won an Emmy award for a sports special and another for a kid's fitness show; and led a team of very talented creative professionals to produce break-through corporate communications.



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