Lions vs. Bears: Detroit WR Nate Burleson will 'have something' for Chicago

Leon Halip

Lions wide receiver Nate Burleson was fined following a touchdown celebration last week, but that won't stop him, as the wideout said he will "have something" for the Bears Monday night.

When the Chicago Bears host their NFC North division rival Detroit Lions on Monday night, Lions wideout Nate Burleson will "have something" planned should he reach the endzone, according to a report from John Mullin of CSNChicago.com on Friday.

Burleson, according to the article, was fined $10,000 after a touchdown celebration last week against the Philadelphia Eagles that depicted an imaginary bird in flight followed by the motion of shooting said bird from the sky.

Unhindered, Burleson told the Detroit Free Press on Thursday that "I'll have something for Chicago. I'm not going to stop celebrating."

One member of the Bears' secondary didn't sound too concerned about the Detroit receiver.

"Oh, he's always doing something," defensive back D.J. Moore said in the report. "Once he had boxing gloves. He's one of those types of guys. I kind of like playing against him ... You don't know what he's going to do but I'm not worried about him."

For the season, Burleson has 26 catches for 224 yards and two touchdowns.

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