Alex Brown: Losing Him Could Be a Disaster for the Bears

April 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

We have seen this before. Players come and players go.
But with the Chicago Bears organization, the players who leave seem to have success elsewhere.
I understand the business of sports and running a professional team. You need to get new, fresh players in while balancing a salary and trying to save money.
But with the Bears all but making it official in letting Alex Brown go, that decision could turn on them.
With the addition of Julius Peppers, I believe Brown could have had a really good season in 2010.
Brown doesn't put up the big Pro Bowl numbers, but he simply gets the job done.
With Peppers being double-teamed at times, guys like Tommie Harris and Brown go sort of unnoticed on the defensive line. Teams won't worry about them as much.
I truly believe having Peppers on the line would benefit a guy like Brown into becoming more of a threat to opposing teams.
With Brown's apparent departure, the Bears are left with a question mark on the defe...

Read Complete Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article is property of BleacherReport.com

readers comments