Chicago Bears: 4 Players from 2011-12 That Should Never Have NFL Jobs Again

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Chicago Bears: 4 Players from 2011-12 That Should Never Have NFL Jobs Again
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The 2011-12 Bears season was essentially the tale of two football teams.

At first, there were the good, complete Bears. With Jay Cutler and Matt Forte leading the offense, the Bears were surging at 7-3 and seen as legitimate contenders for the NFC crown, Aaron Rodgers be damned.

Then, Cutler got hurt. As did Forte. Johnny Knox followed suit. Caleb Hanie looked helpless at quarterback, and the Bears only won one game after Week Eleven, beating the Vikings in the final game of the season, a meaningless tilt for both teams.

For a team with such high hopes and quality talent, an 8-8 record isn't acceptable. Some changes have already been made to the roster.

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