Bears Make Right Moves to Impact Upcoming Season


The Chicago Bears on Monday finally ended their realtionship with troublesome defensive tackle Terry Johnson. Johnson, a second round draft pick in 2004 from Washington University. Johnson was selected right after Tommie Harris (1st Round, 14th overall). He had problems in college and slipped to the second round to GM Jerry Angelo and the Bears. Two different defensive linemen in terms of talent and character. It was fitting for Johnson to get the boot he deserved. It was time for the nonsense to stop for a team that’s gearing up for another championship run. He is a quick, pass-rushing DT, who also rushes to get into more crime related trouble. He is not worth keeping because of his continued off-field issues, that could’ve hindered the team down the road in the ‘07 season.

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