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Narrowing down Cal’s wide receivers

One receiver position outright belongs to sophomore Demetris Robertson, who performed well in his freshman season behind Hansen. Robertson had the second-most touchdowns among wide receivers with seven and lead the team in average yards per catch with 15.34, a little under two more yards than Hansen.
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3 Bears selected in 2017 NFL Draft

Following the 2017 NFL Draft, both former Bears are moving to the east coast and meeting back up in New York, Webb with the Giants and Hansen with the Jets. The two will have another year of sharing the field, this time at MetLife Stadium; they’ll just be alternating weeks.
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San Diego, Ca - September 10, 2016: The Cal Bears vs the San Diego St Aztecs at Qualqcomm Stadium. Final score Cal Bears 40, San Diego St Aztecs 45.

Chad Hansen taken by Jets in 4th round of NFL Draft

Chad Hansen, Cal football’s leading receiver in the 2016 season, has been taken by the New York Jets in the fourth round of the NFL Draft. The Jets saw a hit to their wide receiving core when Brandon Marshall left in free agency, and used the 141st pick on Hansen. He’ll
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Cal football shows fresh faces in Spring Day Game

“Where’s Chad Handsome?” “He ain’t here anymore, darling.” As the players took the field for Cal football’s spring game, this question and answer between fans in the stand summed up the strange position the Bears find themselves in. With an entirely new coaching staff in place and almost all of
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Davis Webb uneven in rainy Pro Day

There had been a light misting over Memorial Stadium throughout the morning, but the heavy rain didn’t start to fall until moments before Davis Webb took the field for his position work at Cal football’s Pro Day on Friday. The message was clear: This isn’t going to be easy. “I
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Cal football’s Chad Hansen declares for 2017 NFL Draft

Redshirt junior wide receiver Chad Hansen, perhaps the Cal football team’s biggest and brightest star, announced Wednesday that he has chosen to forgo his senior year to enter the 2017 NFL Draft. After entering the season completely off the radar of NFL talent evaluators, the former walk-on is looking to
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