Chicago Bears Affairs: Bears Offseason Not as Great as It Seems

June 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Heading into the NFL 2009-2010 offseason, the Chicago Bears looked lost and hopeless in what seemed destined to become a long, saddened few months.
Despite the 2009 downfall, Chicago looks to be right back in the running after an offseason filled of widespread happiness from signings.
And a few more moments of disappointment .
Even with the signings of former North Carolina defensive end Julius Peppers and the reacquiring of Chris Harris, I'm not fully satisfied.
Did Chicago exceed expectations with these signings? Yeah, of course.
Did I intend that Bears' general manager, Jerry Angelo, would release long-time leaders and consistent defensive ends Adewale Ogunleye and Alex Brown? No way.
Alex Brown, former No. 96 for the Chicago Bears, now representing the 96 for the reigning champion New Orleans Saints, is by no means the flashiest end or a huge pass-rusher like Julius Peppers, but he certainly gets the job more than done and has the ever-dying ...

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