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    Mario Williams to visit Buffalo

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    Kamerion Wimbley would fill the need as well, at a cheaper price. He should know his fate soon.
    The voices in my head may not be real, but they have some good ideas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Da Coach View Post
    Kamerion Wimbley would fill the need as well, at a cheaper price. He should know his fate soon.
    Wimbley isn't Super Mario, that's for certain; but he'd also likely be close to half the price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thunderspirit View Post
    ... but he'd also likely be close to half the price.
    Which allows us to fill holes elsewhere. We also have Julius Peppers.
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    Wimbley or Mincey seem like the logical targets right now as I think Mario will be more than we can do....not that I'm complaining.
    Basic, yes, but it was something we rarely saw under former Bears coordinator Ron Turner. Turner's idea of in-game adjustments involved his boxer shorts. -Rick Morrissey.

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    Anyone else rather see Gaither? We have a WR target, now we need to keep our Qb upright and off IR.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Da Coach View Post
    Which allows us to fill holes elsewhere. We also have Julius Peppers.
    bingo.
    Your Chicago Bears: still learning about this newfangled thing called the "forward pass."

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    If we can't get Mario, then I'd rather wait till the Colts release Dwight Freeney. I think he can come here cheaper and we'd still get some decent production out of him for a couple years with Peppers before we have to replace them both.
    "Nationalism is power hunger tempered by self-deception." - George Orwell

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    Quote Originally Posted by chewtoy View Post
    Anyone else rather see Gaither? We have a WR target, now we need to keep our Qb upright and off IR.....
    I'd like Gaither too, wanted him last year. But the Chargers released Marcus McNeil today because of his neck injury, so they're most likely going to re-sign Gaither right away IMO.
    "Nationalism is power hunger tempered by self-deception." - George Orwell

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    Here's to hoping the DE from Illinois falling to our spot.
    Slightly better Jay, different day

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    Like Gaither a lot.
    Basic, yes, but it was something we rarely saw under former Bears coordinator Ron Turner. Turner's idea of in-game adjustments involved his boxer shorts. -Rick Morrissey.

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    I wouldn't object to taking a cheap flyer on McNeil.

    Still want Mario, though. Peppers AND Mario is almost too good to be true. I'd much rather spend top dollar on Mario than on Carl Nicks, for instance. Can't see breaking the bank for a guard.
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