Devin Hester Needs To Focus - Bear Dawn (2/6)

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Bob LeGere took a nice (and rightful) swipe at Devin Hester.  One of the best parts?

The problem, Devin, is that the Bears are paying you like a full-time receiver, and a very good full-time receiver, not a kick returner who plays a little wideout. Hester’s already been paid $15 million in guaranteed money from his 2008 contract extension in addition to a $5 million roster bonus last season.

So, if Hester really wants to help the Bears, he should focus on continuing to improve as a receiver, where there’s still lots of room for improvement after a decent 54-catch, 682-yard season. There’s even more room for improvement in his punt returns, where he’s become way too much of an east-west dancer seeking the sidelines than a north-south home run threat.

Well played, sir.

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