The Bears are stuck between a rock and a hard place.
After Gaines Adams died, the Bears only have one defensive end under contract (Alex Brown). Adewale Ogunleye is expected to test the market, but the Bears definitely need to re-sign Ogunleye. It’s almost assured that he won’t garner $5 million per year like he was paid this year, but he’ll still ask a hefty price for his services.
Add it to the list of needs for the offseason.
Nice piece from Larry Mayer about Gaines Adams’ funeral.
Rex Grossman hasn’t quite had a turnover like this….
Apparently, Bill Cowher isn’t pining for the Giants job.
Pete Carmichael is pretty happy in New Orleans.
Ex-Packer James Lofton praises Knox and knocks Hester.
Dan Pompei’s mailbag.
Draft preparations are heating up for the Bears….for their third round pick.
Another nice piece about Gaines Adams.
A former NU basketball player was lucky to not end up like Gaines Adams.
The NFL is mulling mandating a new heart test.
Craig Steltz believes that the Bears helped out New Orleans.
Apparently, Reggie Wayne has tutored Devin Aromashodu.
John Mullin isn’t satisfied about Forte’s scope….great read.
Mike Imrem loves Rex Ryan.
Jeff Dickerson lays out the reason the Bears should have signed Chud last Thursday.
And now, he muses as to what happened.
Gaines Adams’ death raises questions about medical testing.
Scopes are routine for NFL players.
My guy wiltfong penned a piece prodding the Bears to sign Chud – this was written prior to Dan Pompei’s reporting. Still a nice perspective piece, so don’t miss it!
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