Found November 15, 2011 on Da' Bears Blog:
PLAYERS: Jerry Angelo
TEAMS: Chicago Bears
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About a week ago I went on the Twitter and wrote something to this effect: Jerry Angelo’s front office work for the Chicago Bears over the last three years has been significantly better than the work done by Belichick in New England and the Polians in Indianapolis.  It created something of a stir.  I was... Read more »
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