WR Davis Thinks He’ll Be Offered a New Deal Once the Lockout Ends

Prior to the NFL lockout Bears wide receiver Rashied Davis got a hint from management to feel confident he’ll return for a seventh season with a new deal. The Bears did not attempt to re-sign Davis, who turns 32 later this month, before the 2010 season ended.

“I got a feeling from them that they will be offering me something,” Davis told Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune Saturday when he volunteered at the free youth football camp put on at Northwestern by Position Tech. “Everything is talk until it is actually offered. It sounds good until it actually happens. I am hoping. Hopefully, I don’t have to pick my family up and move somewhere else.”

“It’s a good thing I don’t have to worry about that,” Davis said. “I just have to get a contract. They’re going to have to make a decision of who is most important to keep and what they want to pay everybody. Obviously, you are going to have to try to bring some young guys along because we won’t be able to get everybody (back).”

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