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Guard Ramon Foster could be on Bears radar

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It's believed the Bears could have interest in guards Andy Levitre and Brandon Moore.

Now add Ramon Foster. Ramon Foster.jpg

Undrafted out of Tennessee, Foster has started 42 of 57 NFL games. Last season, he started all 16 games at right guard for the Steelers.

According to Pro Football Focus, Foster is the 10th rated free-agent guard on the market. Moore is No. 1 and Levitre is No. 2, according to PFF.

Overall, for the 2012 season, Foster was ranked 34th among guards by PFF. Moore was 4th, and Levitre was 9th.

So where did Bears linemen rank? Well, Lance Louis was 47th while Chris Spencer was 50th. So Foster, on paper, would represent an improvement, according to PFF.

Foster is 27 years old, and he's 6 foot 6, 325 pounds.

Foster should draw a fair share of interest, including from his initial team, the Steelers.

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Every Chicago sports organization love to sign old players. Yeah there good players but u will have to address the same positions in a yeast or two. Levitre and or foster is the way to go. No Brandon Moore. I wanna see my team in another super bowl next year

Two or three OL in the FA market, please. Any combination you prefer. Then with the 20 pick, a dynamic playmaker like Tavon Austin. The second round pick can produce a starting lineman if the GM is what he claims to be, a great talent evaluator.

get rid of webb and get a lineman that gives a hoot about blocking for jay.. and lets get back into this superbowl.. cant wait for tuesday to see what kinda moves the bears are gonna make. lets inprove that line and take this division by storm in 13-14!!
bear down

We need Josh Beekman back. Total beast!

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