PHOENIX – His time in Chicago is done but Lance Briggs has made clear his intention to continue playing in the NFL, and indications are that he’s going to have chances to do just that.
On the way to a 5-11 record, the Bears had more than their fair share of locker room issues in 2015.
When the Bears brought in Vic Fangio as defensive coordinator, they brought in a highly successful architect of a 3-4 scheme.
One immediate, obvious issue facing the Bears with an intended conversion from a 4-3 defensive scheme to a 3-4 was simple numbers, and not 4’s or 3’s.
An era of sorts is coming to a quiet end in Chicago as the Bears have informed Lance Briggs that he will not be offered a contract for 2015, sources have confirmed.