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Bears Thu Feb 25 2010
If you are a Bears fan you should look at this article and rinse your eyes out with sulfuric acid to forget the wordy-nightmare that said article suggests. No, no, no, no, no, no! The Bears do not want anything to do with LaDainian Tomlinson, the former all-world running back for the San Diego Chargers.
LDT is ancient. He'll be 31 by the time training camp rolls around and, lest ye forget, dear reader, NFL running backs age at a pace akin to "dog years." 31? No thanks. His production fell off the continental shelf and into a benthic trench last season and that was with a "decent" offensive line in San Diego. Chicago's o-line is in a state of rebuilding, hell, the entire offense is in a state of flux (new offensive coordinator, Jay Cutler's "growing pains," Matt Forte's stalled development/recovery from surgery) and the last thing the offensive unit needs is to be saddled with the bloated expectations of a former star trying to prove he's got something left in the tank. Pass, Bears fans. Have some hope that Forte comes back and forget the inane chatter of "Tomlinson to the Bears."