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Another indicator that we got a good deal with Gross. Just imagine how much he would have commanded on the free agency.

Also if we had let him go, that is an indicator on what we would have paid to get a much lesser talent.

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Cutting Bridges....losing Frank....prob gonna lose Hangman....we are now extremely thin at OL. Not happy about this.

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Cutting Bridges....losing Frank....prob gonna lose Hangman....we are now extremely thin at OL. Not happy about this.

there high on the Dude and Mackenzy Bernardeau

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Cutting Bridges....losing Frank....prob gonna lose Hangman....we are now extremely thin at OL. Not happy about this.

With Vincent coming off season ending injury...

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Cutting Bridges....losing Frank....prob gonna lose Hangman....we are now extremely thin at OL. Not happy about this.

It's not a problem. That's what mid-tier FA and the Draft is for.

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Cutting Bridges....losing Frank....prob gonna lose Hangman....we are now extremely thin at OL. Not happy about this.

they were all backups...for a reason this years draft is deep in OL i think we can find some good ones late in the draft.

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Agreed that our FO will find the needed depth....just hate to see known comoodities that played well go.

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Good for Omiyale getting paid, but what were the Bears thinking? He has 1 start in his career and that was against KC so you have to take his performance with a grain of salt. I hope he does well, but can't believe the money he got.

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