Chicago Bears defensive end Corey Wootton “sang” the seventh inning stretch at the Cubs game on Tuesday night. I say “sang” with quotes because there were dogs howling all over Wrigleyville after that performance. If you don’t believe me, see for yourself (if video doesn’t show up below, click the refresh button on your browser):
Wootton had better hope that he plays DE better than he sings because if he doesn’t, Shea McClellin or rookie Cornelius Washington could pass him on the depth chart.
Wootton had a breakthrough season last year and supplanted Israel Idonije as the starting DE opposite Julius Peppers, as he enters the final year of his deal with the Bears.