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Jeff Dickerson of ESPNChicago.com writes that “it seems like a long-shot” that Devin Hester will have much of any role in team’s offense next season.
Dickerson mentions that the Bears could keep Hester as their return man for another season given that he still has another year left on his deal, but adds that he“would probably benefit from a fresh start in a new NFL city.“
There’s a chance that Chicago could look to add another receiver at some point during the offseason. The Bears already have Brandon Marshall locked up through 2014 and spent a second-round draft pick on Alshon Jeffery last year, but they could use some additional help in case of an injury.
Dickerson mentions that it’s “still unknown” whether or not Johnny Knox will ever play again, so it seems unlikely that he would be re-signed now that he’s coming off of a serious injury to his spine.
If Chicago is indeed interested in adding depth to their receiving corps, it would make sense to see them look to the draft or tar...
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Devin Hester sounded like a broken man when head coach Lovie Smith was fired by the Chicago Bears. After another frustrating end to the season and no playoffs, Hester's frustration boiled over and he threatened to retire. After about a month he reconsidered.
Now Hester says he might need a change of scenery. With a year left on his contract Hester spoke about his future...
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. The popular perception about new Chiefs special teams coach Dave Toub is that, while in Chicago, he was only as good as the mega-talented Devin Hester.
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Chicago Bears WR Devin Hester is apparently open to a “fresh start” and is not considering retirement.
“I’m going to try to get two or three more years in,” Hester said, per Vaughn McClure of the Chicago Tribune. “I think I have that much left in me. At the same time, I think I do need a fresh start.“
Following the regular season, Hester told reporters that he would...
The daughter of a former Chicago Bears player has pleaded guilty to fraud after collecting money from an NFL pension plan years after her father's death.
Constance Helwig-Langlois (HEL'-wig LANG'-loy) is the daughter of John Helwig, who played defense for the Bears in the 1950s. He died in 1994, but pension checks kept coming until fall of 2011.
The government says...
Chicago Bears wide receiver/kick returner Devin Hester told Vaughn McClure of the Chicago Tribune that he’s looking for a fresh start.
“I’m going to try to get two or three more years in,” Hester said. “I think I have that much left in me. “At the same time, I think I do need a fresh start.”
Hester was asked if he might seek a trade.
“It’s a possibility,” he...
The Chicago Bears are desperate to find a capable number two receiver. Brandon Marshall caught 118 passes last season but the lack of other offensive options left the Bears with one of the worst passing attacks in the NFL.
Marshall announced on Friday that he would train and mentor second-year wideout Alson Jeffery during the offseason.
“I’m excited because this kid has the potential...
Devin Hester will not retire. The star kick returner plans to continue his playing career for another two or three years. Hester, 30, has been a member of the Chicago Bears for the last seven seasons.
“I’m going to try to get two or three more years in,” Hester said. “I think I have that much left in me. At the same time, I think I do need a fresh start.”
Only Hester knows...
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