Found March 15, 2012 on
Rebuffed in their attempts to add a big-time pass rushing threat opposite Julius Peppers, the Chicago Bears re-signed Defensive End Israel Indonijie to a one-year contract. Idonijie is a effort player and good locker room presence who plays the run well but offers little in terms of pass rush. Idonije has appeared in 118 games (39 starts) with the Bears [...]
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