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Holmes in good spot with Bears

If he’s fully recovered from a lisfranc injury, new Chicago Bears wide receiver Santonio Holmes, a former Super Bowl MVP, could be an immediate contributor in Marc Trestman’s offense.

In the final two-minute drill of Super Bowl XLII, then-Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Santonio Holmes was unstoppable. He caught four passes for 73 yards on the drive, including a six-yard game winner with 35 seconds left on the clock. Holmes finished with nine catches for 131 yards, earning him Super Bowl MVP honors. Holmes’ career peaked the following year – 79 catches, 1,248 yards, 5 TDs...

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