NFL 2010: 5 Ways for Chicago Bears' Todd Collins to Earn $1 Million Contract

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NFL 2010: 5 Ways for Chicago Bears' Todd Collins to Earn $1 Million Contract
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Chicago Bears quarterback Todd Collins sucked hardcore last Sunday against the Carolina Panthers. 

Collins was 6-for-16 passing for 32 yards and four picks. 

Yikes! He came out of retirement for that? 

Somehow, the Bears won 23-6 (mainly because Carolina could be the worst team in the NFL) and have stud quarterback Jay Cutler back. 

For his atrocious performance, Collins has been regulated to the No. 3 spot, while Caleb Hanie is now the primary backup. 

The 38-year-old Collins might not see the field again after penning a $1 million contract to be insurance in case Cutler is killed by his offensive line. 

Now that the Bears know Collins can't play, here are five ways they might work him so he could earn his salary. 

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