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Bears trade for DT Brian Price

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The Bears today acquired defensive tackle Brian Price, a second-round pick in 2010, from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for an undisclosed draft pick.

Price, who played at UCLA, is 6-1, 303 pounds and started 14 of 20 contests in two seasons. He had three sacks last season.

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Bold move, but I am not sure I trust any more Tampa Bay castoffs....If Price can get healthy and stay that way, it will be a good move for us. But the likelihood of that happening is pretty slim based on his track record to this point.

Work is always the best way to get over tragedy, but he should have taken more time off after his sisters death. Lets see he punched Barron recently so I figure he is right around the anger stage. Still got a ways to go.

Nice player, had some off the field problems, should be good to go this season. Kinda reminds me of a younger Anthony Adams, who Price will probably be replacing. Price is quick off the snap and fits the Bears scheme, gives the Bears more depth up front GO BEARS!!

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