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NFL Rumors: With Jeffrey Out, Should The Bears Take a Look At Terrell Owens?

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Joe Nicholson-US PRESSWIRE

With Alshon Jeffrey being out for at least six weeks, the Chicago Bears could be facing some problems at WR. Earl Bennett has also been plagued with a hand injury, Johnny Knox isn’t around this year, and Devin Hester isn’t a clear WR. This could serve problems for the Bears as Brandon Marshall is going to be facing a lot of defenses prepared to stop just him. Without a TE that can stretch the field, I worry the Bears passing attack could be haunted once again.

With all the NFL Rumors surrounding Terrell Owens still, I think it would make a ton of sense for them to start centering around the Chicago Bears as a possibility to return to the NFL. I think TO would actually behave himself as the Bears locker room is insanely tight knit. He’s been itching for a chance to come back to the NFL and you know what- the Bears have nothing to lose here. If he’s a problem, he gets cut and is done forever. If he comes in and plays well- he could find another team next year. It makes sense for the Bears to AT LEAST kick the tires here and try him out.

Does any Bears fan believe that Devin Hester can be a number two WR? If so I think you’re crazy. Does any Bears fan think Earl Bennett can be a number two? I once again think your crazy. The Bears are too good to just say eh- we’ll get by. Let’s solidify what this season can be, and it’s time to admit- you need help at this spot.

Take a look at TO. That’s all I ask.

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