Chicago Bears: 4 Dream replacements for Ted Phillips
A complete longshot for the Chicago Bears
He might be a little up there in age, but if the Chicago Bears could pull Pat Moriarty away from the Baltimore Ravens. Moriarty has been a huge part of the Ravens’ success and has been a part of the front office for over 20 years. Convincing him to leave is going to be nearly impossible.
However, these are “dream” replacements for Ted Phillips and well, that’s enough to put Moriarty on this list. Moriarty has football experience as he played for two years in the NFL and bounced around on a few training camp rosters. He then left football and worked in the banking industry for 10 years before working his way into the Cleveland Browns’ front office.
The Browns actually moved in 1995/1996 to Baltimore and the Ravens were essentially born. Moriarty moved with the team and became the Ravens’ Chief Financial Officer. Since then he has helped the Ravens build a solid organization. Previous general manager Ozzie Newsome gets most of the credit, but Moriarty should receive plenty of praise himself. Moriarty helps oversee contracts, the salary cap and much more for the Ravens.
Now, will he ever leave Baltimore? Probably not, but it is worth the happy thought process and daydream. Who are some people you’d want to see overtake Ted Phillips’ job?