The Chicago Bears, in the midst of a free agency spending spree, may actually have a chance at doing something unusual this offseason, they may lose a player to free agency. According Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press, the 5-year member of the Chicago Bears is testing the water in Detroit:
Bears special teams ace Corey Graham visits Lions, says he'd have no problem playing for a rival on.freep.com/GFuQ6f— Dave Birkett (@davebirkett) March 22, 2012
Graham joined the Bears in the 5th round of the 2007 NFL Draft, and though he never blossomed into a starting cornerback -- is appeared he might in 2008, when he started 9 games -- the athletic 26-year-old (27 during the next NFL season) earned a Pro Bowl selection in 2011 for his outstanding special teams play.
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