• Charles Tillman guarantees he’ll retire a Bear

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Feb 1, 2014
    In a perfect world, I will finish as a Bear,” Tillman said. “I guarantee you I will retire as a Chicago Bear,” Tillman told 670 The Score. But free agent cornerback Charles Tillman said he continues to talk to the team, and hopes to stay. Acknowledging the allure of playing for his former coach, Charles Tillman on Friday said he’s “open to all teams” if he can’t re-sign with the Bears. There has been speculation that Tillman will want to leave the Bears to go play for Lovie Smith in Tampa Bay, but the cornerback insists he wants to end his playing career in Chicago.” Charles’ Locker helps pediatric hospital patients, and annually reaches more than 370,000 children, while the Tiana Fund has distributed more than $1 million to 300 families identified by local organizations as at-risk or in-need. “I think it helps it from a standpoint that it’s a former coach, a guy that you liked, a guy that you’d been with for 10 years. It’s cool. “But it’s free agency. I’m open to whoever.”
    • Bears CB Tillman named Payton Man of the Year

      NEW YORK — Charles Tillman brought the crowd to its feet Saturday night, but it wasn’t an interception, a touchdown, or a ‘‘Peanut Punch’’ that did it. The Bears cornerback earned a well-deserved and emotional standing ovation for winning the Walter Pay…
    • Peanut Tillman open to playing for Lovie Smith with Bucs

      Acknowledging the allure of playing for his former coach, Charles Tillman on Friday said he’s “open to all teams” if he can’t re-sign with the Bears.
      Source: suntimes.com
    • Charles Tillman wants to stay but vows no hard feelings if he doesn’t

      NEW YORK — Acknowledging the allure of playing for his former coach, Charles Tillman on Friday said he’s “open to all teams” if he can’t re-sign with the Bears. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers hired Lovie Smith in January. “Obviously, it makes the deal probabl…

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