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Report: WR Johnson to visit Buffalo

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The market is not going to wait for the Bears to make a move.

To that end, wide receiver Bryant Johnson is headed to Buffalo to pay the Bills a visit, the NFL Network has reported. The Bears looked into the possibility of bringing him in on Friday.

Bernard Berrian is still believed to be in Minnesota where the Vikings are making a push to sign him. If the Bears cannot lure him back—their latest known offer was for $25 million for five seasons with $8 million to sign—they will move to Plan B at receiver.

Plan B includes Johnson, the former first-round pick of the Arizona Cardinals, as well as Javon Walker, Donte Stallworth and D.J. Hackett.

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the bears should do everything they can to sign Bryant Johnson. This guy is going to be a beast once he gets out from behind fitz and bolden. I think it wouldn't hurt to have a bigger faster Moose(exactly what johnson is.) Not too mention he can catch, something moose had trouble with. If we were somehow able to sign berrian and johnson we would have a formidable receiver duo.

Now this is truly blowing up in managements collective faces! I will BUY all the "build through the draft" philosophy WHEN you keep those same players, you have drafted in the last 5 years, and KEEP building! Pay Lance, Bernard, and Brendan or get in the market and start filling HUGE holes. Make us Proud Jerry....

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