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Jennings again must earn starting spot

The Chicago Bears have informed cornerback Tim Jennings, a starter the past two years, that he'll once again this offseason have to earn his position with the first team.

The Chicago Bears signed cornerback Tim Jennings as a free agent in 2010 after he had played four seasons in Indianapolis. The Colts run a Tampa 2 system similar to the one used in Chicago, so the front office felt Jennings could serve well as a backup or nickelback. The team had high hopes for Zack Bowman, who had started 12 games the previous season, resulting in six interceptions. They felt...

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