The Chicago Bears have agreed to terms with fifth-round OT Jordan Mills and sixth-round DE Cornelius…
With Washington, is Idonije a priority?
Last year, one could argue that defensive lineman Israel Idonije was the MVP of the defensive front seven. For the Chicago Bears defense in 2012, success would have been much tougher to come by without the 10-year veteran. Idonije was, as usual, very strong against the run and improved his pass rush as well, picking up 7.5 sacks, second most on the team behind only Julius Peppers' 10.5. According to Pro Football Focus, Idonije's overall grade in 2013 was higher than any other defensive end on the team, even Peppers, who made his eighth trip to the Pro Bowl last year. Yet Idonije played more than just defensive end. As he did earlier in his career, Idonije also rotated at defensive tackle when injuries and general poor play by the backups severely weakened the interior of the defensive line. His versatility and production against both the pass and run, as well as his leadership in the locker room, was key in the club's defensive success last season. Israel IdonijeJonathan Daniel...
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