Found February 27, 2012 on Inside the Bears:
PLAYERS: Anthony Adams
TEAMS: Chicago Bears
Defensive tackle Anthony Adams was with his family in Disney World when he learned the Bears had released him. He didn’t want to overdramatize the situation, though. ‘‘It wasn’t like I was on Space Mountain and my phone started going off,’’ Adams said Monday. Gracious and humorous even though he was disappointed, Adams expressed understanding about the Bears’ decision. ‘‘I don’t blame them,’’ Adams said. ‘‘I probably would have done the same thing.’’ After signing a two-year contract last offseason, Adams suffered a torn calf muscle that limited him during training camp and at the start of last season. Then …

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