Chicago Bears Picked the Worst Time To Hibernate

Posted: 25th November 2009 by Gene Chamberlain in NFL
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The Chicago Bears not only are bad, they've also picked a bad time to be bad. Obviously, it's never good to trade away your first round draft pick for a quarterback who isn't producingùwhether it's his fault or the lack of an offensive line. It's also not good to trade away your second round pick for a defensive end like Gaines Adams, who looks less physically imposing than the average NFL punter. So the Bears can expect little or no improvement next year through the draft. Considering general manager Jerry Angelo's draft record, they probably could have expected this even if they had both those picks. Yet, there is another reason the Bears have picked a poor time to become one of the NFL's have-nots. It's called labor strife. Without a collective bargaining agreement in place, the salary ...

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