Three Options for the Chicago Bears and Charles Tillman Follow @SportsMockery Prev3 of 4Next 3. Wrap Up These are just possible scenarios that could face Tillman….the last one is Peanut not being on the Bears anymore. Peanut has done a ton of work for multiple charities (most of them helping kids) and it would be a huge loss for the Chicagoland area if Peanut were to leave. The NFL is a business and it’s very possible that Peanut has played his last game in the Bears uniform. “So if Tillman wants to stay beyond this season, it will likely come down to what he’s willing to accept. Surely, the cornerback knows how veterans — even players performing at a reasonably high level — have been treated recently in the free-agent market under conditions of the new collective bargaining agreement. Tillman was also asked about the possibility of making the position switch to safety, which some corners do in their later years to extend their careers. But Tillman didn’t sound like that was a move he wanted to make at this stage. ” Quote from ESPN. Hopefully the Bears can work something out with Tillman, but if they don’t there a couple of holes to fill in the secondary. __________________ Sources: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 __________________ Prev3 of 4Next BioTwitterFacebookGoogle+Latest Posts Matt ZawaskiManaging Media Editor at Sports MockeryQuestions or comments please contact firstname.lastname@example.org - Thank You for reading @SouthSideZoFollow @SouthSideZo +Matt Zawaski Latest posts by Matt Zawaski (see all) [WATCH] Breakdown of All the Blackhawks Goals vs. the Blue Jackets - March 7, 2014 Chicago Blackhawks Make Another Minor Deal - March 4, 2014 The Sights and Sounds of the Stadium Series - March 4, 2014 Follow @SportsMockery 155 Responses Newer Comments » Bryce Trevino January 2, 2014 Resign Log in to Reply Flip Murray Dobbs January 2, 2014 Resign peanut! Log in to Reply Newer Comments » Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.