The Bears didn't have to trim the roster until Tuesday, but the team let go of 10 players today.…
Worrell just doesn't fit the stereotype of a professional football player. He's not a hulking behemoth who looks as if he'd like to devour a quarterback for his next meal. At 5-11,Worrell certainly isn't small, but compared to some of the NFL's larger specimens; he probably doesn't instill instant terror in the offense. Wide receivers who have never met Worrell in a game situation might be tempted to take him for granted and look forward to an easy catch for a score. Most wide receivers reconsider his erroneous impression after picking themselves up off the field, checking to make sure that all of their body parts are still connected correctly. Worrell is a pro, one of the elite. What he does best is hit, hard. Remember the Bronco in last week's game whose helmet was knocked off in the third quarter? It...
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