Found December 31, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:
Too little, too late is all can be said about how the Chicago Bears ended the 2012 season at 10-6 and now the potential Chicago Bears offseason moves need to be assessed. What will the Chicago Bears do to get better in the 2013 season? The first place to look to where they need to improve, is by examining the players that will be possibly be saying sayonara to the Chicago Bears in 2013. Each position losing players will be examined by their chances of returning in 2013 and what the Bears should do to replace them if they were to lose them. Quarterbacks Quarterbacks Jason Campbell and Josh McCown will become free agents in 2013.… Read more
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