Season after season, Chicago Bears fans expressed discontent with the drafting strategy of Jerry Angelo. He seemed to have a proclivity for finding talent in the late rounds of drafts, but seemed to come up short more often than not on the more critical picks in the early rounds. Ultimately, Angelo was dismissed from the team, for reasons primarily associated with his failure to develop the Bears roster into a consistent contender. What's he been up to in his year away from football? A month ago, he was interviewing for the Jets general manager vacancy, but that position was eventually filled by John Idzik. Since then, Angelo has taken to blogging. He's written a few pieces for The Sideline View -- focused on how to draft, of course.