Originally a seventh-round selection (221st overall) by Chicago in the 2007 NFL Draft. Started 10 of 33 games played for the Bears from 2007-09, before being released on 9/17/09 after the first game of the 2009 season. Signed by Arizona to a futures contract for the 2010 season on 1/21/10.
2009: Saw action in the Bears season opener but did not register any statistics @ GB (9/13) … released on 9/17.
2008: For the second consecutive season played in all 16 games with one start, registering a career-best 12 special teams tackles … totaled four tackles, one pass defensed and one INT … recorded first career INT vs. Min (10/19).
2007: Started nine of 16 games as a rookie, recording 44 tackles, one forced fumble, and one fumble recovery … tied for the team-lead with five passes defensed … registered one start at LCB (game 4) and eight starts at RCB (games 7-10, 12-13, 15-16) … made first career start and recorded first career forced fumble @ Det (9/30) … totaled career-high eight tackles @ Phi (10/21) … recorded a career-best eight solo tackles vs. Det (10/28) … registered career-high three passes defensed and one fumble recovery @ Oak (11/11).
Earned four letters at Ole Miss (2003-06), starting the final 34 of 47 career games played … recorded 124 tackles (93 solos), five tackles for loss, four INTs, 35 passes defensed and a blocked kick … led the Rebels in passes defensed as a senior (9), junior (8), and sophomore (16, second in the SEC).
Full name Trumaine LeAndros McBride … received the Scholar-Athlete Award from the Ole Miss Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame … made the Chancellor’s Honor Roll in Fall of 2003 and Dean’s Honor Roll in Spring of 2004 … majored in Accounting … played football at Clarksdale (MS) High School, registering 1,703 rushing yards on 158 carries with 30 TDs, 36 receptions for 605 yards and seven TDs as well as scoring three times and racking up 857 yards on returns … helped lead Clarksdale to a 13-1 record and 2001 State Class 4A championship … National Honor Society member and 1999-2000 Scholar-Athlete Award winner.