Bears' Affairs: Chicago Attempting To Trade For Vincent Jackson

Dustin BrownCorrespondent IIJune 30, 2010

SAN DIEGO - NOVEMBER 29:  Vincent Jackson #83 of the San Diego Chargers runs after a catch against the Kansas City Chiefs during the game at Qualcomm Stadium on November 29, 2009 in San Diego, California.  (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
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According to NFL insider Adam Schefter, the Chicago Bears are among three teams that have "debated making a run" to land San Diego Chargers' receiver Vincent Jackson.

If the Bears are really trying to grab Jackson, their off-season just got more intriguing.

First, Jerry Angelo has stated he is content with his young group of wide receivers.

Second, he also said that he doesn't intend to use any more future draft picks. Well...you would need a 1st rounder to pry Jackson loose from San Diego's grasp.

Third, does the trade rumor confirm Devin Hester's transformation into a wide-out as a failure?

Following the Brandon Marshall trade to Miami, which only included two second rounders, this trade is definitely plausible.

At 6'5", Jackson ranked first among players in yards-per-catch with 17.2, and is coming off consecutive 1,000 yard seasons.

Assuming the Chicago Bears trade for the Pro-Bowl receiver, the team can turn this summer into one of their best off-seasons ever.