Cullen Jenkins a Fit for the Bears? He Could Cost $15 to 20 Mil Guaranteed on the Open Market

The Press-Gazette reports that Cullen Jenkins could get between 15 and 20 million in guaranteed money on the open market. The Bears could be a contender for his services, a great fit for a team that needs more help on the D-line.

Defensive end Cullen Jenkins good bet to leave after the Packers made no attempt to extend his contract last season. Thompson’s history suggests he thinks Jenkins’ age (30) and injury history make him too risky for a major investment, especially with standouts such as tight end Jermichael Finley, receiver Greg Jennings and quarterback Aaron Rodgers likely in line for new contracts in the next couple years, and with linebacker Clay Matthews and nose tackle B.J. Raji coming up thereafter. Jenkins should draw major interest as an inside pass rusher and might fetch $15 million to $20 million in guaranteed money on the open market. The Chicago Bears are believed to be especially interested.

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