Found December 26, 2011 on Inside the Bears:
Since he entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent, Kahlil Bell has been buried behind heralded veterans. “If you give me an opportunity,” Bell said, “I’m going to perform.” Those comments were uttered to the Sun-Times on Sept. 9, two days before the 2011 regular season opener against the Atlanta Falcons. At that point, in two seasons with the Bears, Bell had gained 220 yards on 40 carries for an impressive 5.7-yard average. But he was, at best, third on the depth chart, behind Matt Forte and Chester Taylor. Then, entering this season, he was behind Forte and Marion …
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