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Bears Have Legitimate Interest In Jets WR Brad Smith

ESPN Chicago reports that the Bears have a strong interest in Jets free agent WR Brad Smith.

The Chicago Bears won’t be major players in free agency when it comes to the top-tier receivers on the market, but sources say the team has a legitimate interest in New York Jets receiver Brad Smith. A fourth-round pick in 2006 and former quarterback at Missouri, Smith caught just four passes last season for 44 yards with no touchdowns, and rushed for 299 yards on 38 attempts. Those numbers might not immediately resonate, but it’s likely the Bears are drawn to Smith’s 6-foot-2, 212-pound frame, versatility and the fact he represents an explosive value option who could take some of the attention off playmakers such as Devin Hester and Matt Forte. Throughout his five-year career, Smith has contributed at several positions on offense and in the return game. In addition to catching 64 passes over his career, he’s averaged 7.8 yards per carry (98 attempts) and completed four-of-seven passes for 51 yards and a touchdown.

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  1. bob

    July 25, 2011 at 10:53 pm

    dude was stud Qb at Mizzou. So could use him as our 3rd qb option and any contribution at wr or special teams would basically save a roster spot. But dont think he the solution at WR

  2. Russ Loede

    July 26, 2011 at 11:59 am

    Brad Smith is one of my favorite players. He brings playmaking ability to the table. Whether it be returning kicks, catching passes, or even throwing passes – he would make this team better if he’s added. No doubt, Smith is someone I would back 100% for signing.

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