Berrian looking for answers about his future

Full story: Chicago Tribune

Bears wide receiver Bernard Berrian said he wanted to wait until after the season to start looking into his contract situation.
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“Let's rock!!”

Since: Oct 07

Aurora, IL

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#1
Dec 30, 2007
 
Thanks, team! See you in Bourbonnais, GO BEARS!!
Mike

Oak Forest, IL

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#2
Dec 30, 2007
 
Keep Orton, Rid Yourself of Rex, Griese back up
Draft a running back, trade Benson for lower round draft pick, beef up O-line, keep Briggs, let Berrian go-receivers can be replaced
Marc

Kaneohe, HI

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#3
Dec 30, 2007
 
Keep Orton and Grossman. Let them battle it out in training camp. Keep Berrian and pay him the money. Grab Turner out of San Diego and beef up the Offensive line with Free agency and draft picks…Let Briggs go or at keep him if he is willing to give Chicago a discount. Benson…. Trade to Atlanta or Oakland for third round draft pick. Use the first round draft to trade down and get a low first rounder and second round pick. Grab an Offensive lineman and Strong Safety-- 1 and 2 picks.!!!
John

United States

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#4
Dec 31, 2007
 
The last two games were great to see, but as usual, when the pressure is on, our guru offensive coordinator will error on the side of caution and keep it plain.
Bill

West Chicago, IL

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#5
Dec 31, 2007
 
Can someone please explain to me how Cowboys receiver Patrick Crayton gets a four-year,$14 million contract with $6 million guaranteed? Is peyote involved?
b-rad

Milwaukee, WI

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#6
Dec 31, 2007
 
One of the areas the Bears are thin is at recievers. Unless Hester becomes a #2 or 3 (?) that leaves Bradley, Moose and (gulp) Davis if they let Barrian go.

If they let Barrian go do they draft a reciever and hold their breath or do they go after a free agent?

I cannot see where letting him go makes sense for the Bears, a team that has very little speed on offense. You dont over-pay him but if the Bears can keep him for something like 3 years/10 million I say do it.
Mike

Elmwood Park, IL

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#7
Dec 31, 2007
 
How about a contract for all Bear receivers with the following incentive clause: deduct $10,000 for each catchable ball dropped,$25,000 if it's dropped in the end zone?
JonW

Plymouth, MN

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#8
Dec 31, 2007
 
Uh, no fellow Bears fans, Berrian needs to stay. Pay what he wants. I live in MN and I don't want the Purple to grab another good former Bear receiver, eg., Wade. They do need to get rid of Grossman and Benson and tighten up the offensive line with younger players.

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