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Sims Walker Thinks He’s a Perfect Match with the Bears

Wide receiver is a priority for the Bears in free agency. Mike Sims Walker thinks he’s the man.

“Chicago would be one of the ideal spots for me,’’ Mike Sims-Walker told Vaughn McClure of the Chicago Tribune Monday. “With the offensive coordinator (Mike Martz) and Jay Cutler, the speedy receivers, the monster defense, and Matt Forte in the backfield, I think I can be the missing piece.

“They are close, one or two pieces away. Hopefully I can put them over the top.”

Sims-Walker has an obvious tie to the Bears. He spent time alongside Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice when Tice was Jacksonville’s assistant head coach/ tight ends. But Sims-Walker has another Chicago connection.

“I’m real cool with Matt Forte,’’ Sims-Walker said. “We trained together before the NFL Combine. We had the same agent (Adisa Bakari) at one time. We stayed together once during the offseason down in Davie, Fla. We’ve built a good relationship.’’



  1. JD Sell

    July 25, 2011 at 9:15 pm

    Who says “Wide receiver is a priority for the Bears in free agency.?” Please name me one Bears official who said that.

  2. bob

    July 25, 2011 at 11:01 pm

    media loves WR’s I honestly do too but need Guard, LB, and Corner more

    I like Davin Joseph (G), Barret Ruud or James Anderson (LB), Jonathon Joseph or Cromartie(CB) then grab a WR(s) and theres lots in free agency to choose from or Steve smith for a pick would be ideal

  3. Russ Loede

    July 26, 2011 at 11:57 am

    Frankly, it all comes down to adding more talent and guys that fit the system. In the end, you can always improve your roster, especially on both sides of the lines. 3 things you need to do in order to be successful in the NFL: 1. Rush the passer 2. Protect the passer 3. Make big plays

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