Found January 09, 2012 on Chicago Breaking Sports:
PLAYERS: Matt Forte
TEAMS: Chicago Bears
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Running back Matt Forte is hoping to play in the Pro Bowl despite a knee injury, but two Chicago Bears linebackers won't be making the trip to Hawaii.
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