• This draft will have no end for the Bears

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Apr 24, 2014
    The Bears have 34.5 million reasons not to select a defensive end high in the draft or at all. The impact on the draft would have been unthinkable two months ago: The Bears don’t need to select a defensive end. But first, the carnage: The Bears released Julius Peppers, freeing almost $10 million in cap space, and watched him sign with the rival Packers. That’s the number of guaranteed dollars the team doled out to three defensive ends this offseason, hoping to fix a pass rush that finished tied for last with 31 sacks.
    Source: suntimes.com

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