Down and Distance Season 3 EP 1: Bad Intentions (Deon Bush)

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Chicago Bears defensive back Deon Bush sits on a cooler following the first day of Chicago Bears rookie minicamp at Halas Hall in Lake Forest on Friday, May 13, 2016. (Jose M. Osorio / Chicago Tribune)

Welcome everybody to Down and Distance, where two dads talk sports, music, life and parenting. Jarrett Payton and Shaun Davis discuss the biggest issues and interview the best and brightest.

The NFL season is upon us as the Chicago Bears will soon converge on Bourbonnais next Wednesday for the beginning of training camp. In Part one, Jarrett and Shaun were joined by John “Moon” Mullin, as they broke down the offensive storylines and expectations for the Bears’ young unproven talent like Jeremy Langford and Kevin White.  Part two discussed the troublesome issues confronting John Fox and his staff going into training camp next week.

Third down brings the pain as Jarrett and Shaun welcome the Chicago Bears 4th round pick and defensive back from the University of Miami, Deon Bush, into Down and Distance.  Deon talks about his excitement to begin his career as a Chicago Bear, and his increasing love for the vibe of the city.  Deon can do more than just talk a good game and he plans to bring a swagger to a revamped defense as evident in minicamps.  Deon talks about his passion to give back to others and his desire to increase his philanthropic work in southern Florida.  He’s visualized his first big play and details his pregame soundtrack that gets him in a bad mood.

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