Haugh: Bears’ top pick is a nice story, maybe
CHICAGO (MCT) — On a 20-acre farm off Chicken Dinner Road in Marsing, Idaho, Shea McClellin developed the work ethic that made him into a first-round NFL draft pick.
McClellin helped the grandparents who raised him care for animals that roamed their land: goats, chickens, sheep, donkeys, wild geese and ducks. On a typical summer day as a kid, McClellin might feed the livestock in the morning and paint a fence in the afternoon; whatever his family needed.
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