Jerry Angelo, Chicago Bears Seem Content with Receiving Core

April 15, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Anquan Boldin, Santonio Holmes, Brandon Marshall all were traded this past month. And all the Bears did was pass on them.
All three of these receivers will be at the top of the depth chart for their new team. And all would be the number one guy in Chicago.
So why did Angelo and the Bears pass on these guys?
I mean besides Marshall, the asking price wasnt too steep was it?
Boldin went for third and fourth round picks, Holmes went for a fifth round pick. Marshall went for two second round picks in 2010 and 2011.
With a $47.5 million deal right after the trade, the Bears simply couldn't afford Marshall.
But what about the other two?
While the Bears were making big moves in free agency, the Ravens made the biggest "quiet" move, by acquiring Boldin.
The Bears don't pick until the third round this upcoming draft, but wide receiver seems to be a position the Bears could upgrade.
The other view of the argument is, the Bears have other issues more ...

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