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No Brown Would Shake Up D-Line

DE Alex Brown (AP: M. Spencer Green)

The Chicago Bears seem hellbent on getting rid of Alex Brown, which will shake up the depth chart at defensive end. What does this mean for heretofore backups like Israel Idonije and Mark Anderson?

Julius Peppers Peppers played on both the right and left side during his eight-year stint in Carolina, and he said he'd be comfortable playing either after signing with the Bears as a free agent. But with Alex Brown's inevitable departure making headlines in Chicago, this is a clear sign that Peppers will be lining up at the right defensive end position in 2010. Typically in a 4-3 defense, you...

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