Second thing, Santa, a whole big bunch of papers that say what money players get and how long they get to stay on my team are over soon. I think they’re called contracts.
QB Jay Cutler – tag him Santa, if you can’t work out a deal. He even says he’s alright with that. He might be saving the best part for last.
QB Josh McCown – this is going to be tough, of course we want him, his value went up though. My Daddy said his agent’s already looking at new houses.
LS Pat Mannelly – one of the most dependable Bears, keep him, somehow. He should retire a Bear.
K Robbie Gould – one of the best place kickers of all time, keep him, definitely. Plus I like him. He looks nice. Should finish a Bear too.
CB Charles Tillman – I think he still has a lot in the tank, and he also deserves to retire a Bear. I am not allergic to peanuts.
CB Tim Jennings – opposite Tillman yes, otherwise, not sure. Surprise me.
DT Henry Melton – try to come up with a good, long-term deal, but don’t break the bank, Santa.
DT Nate Collins – extension, medium amount.
LB James Anderson – not big money, but enough to keep him happy.
KR Devin Hester – If he wants to still just return kicks and punts and take a pay cut, yes. It looked like he was sad when his record breaker was no good.
If their contract’s up after this season and they’re not listed, I don’t know enough to make a good decision or they are not worth renewing. On defense, I would hesitate to let anyone go that was a field or locker room leader. Since there are none, we don’t have to worry about that Santa.
I don’t mean the coolest or funniest guy, I mean a guy that would show up early, or stay late to help you with your football stuff.
Please remind Lance Briggs that the team needs a leader. He wanted lots of money, twice, that I know of. One time, he wanted more than the more. Now, the Bears of Chicago need his leadership. He should be over at Brian Urlacher’s house washing dishes or doing whatever Mr. Miyagi asks him to, in exchange for whatever he can learn from him, he must have forgotten some things.
10 years is a long time already, maybe he should turn off his iPod or something.
Thank you, Santa!