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Jennings Thrives on the Disrespect

It's not anything new to longtime Bears fans or players, but once again, the national media has low expectations for Chicago this year. Cornerback Tim Jennings wouldn't have it any other way.

Veteran cornerback Tim Jennings enjoys having his team disrespected. "It's how we play best," he said. Jennings, who came to Chicago as an unrestricted free agent from Indianapolis in 2010, played in 16 games last season, starting in 13 of those. He amassed 23 total tackles and five interceptions, many at opportune times. Jennings was torched in the NFC championship game though and many...

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