The Chicago Bears have a couple tough decisions to make during the off-season and one of them happens to include veteran corner, Charles Tillman.
As a Chicago Bears fan myself, thinking about him wearing another teams uniform is a bit depressing. But at the same time, you have to realize that this is a business and players will eventually move on. Right now this franchise is looking at where they could possibly improve at and the corner position is one of them.
We all know what happened to Tillman last year. He was placed on the disabled list after being hit with a couple of injuries throughout the year. Now according to CBS Chicago, Charles Tillman hopes to re-sign with the Chicago Bears and guarantees that he’ll retire as a member of the organization.
“The Bears and I are in good spirits. There’s no bad blood, there’s nothing. We are in good spirits. There’s no bad blood with myself or Coach Trestman. Like, everything is good. We’re all on good terms.” Tillman told Laurence Holmes.
I’m sure the team would love to have him back, but it may not happen. They could move on with veteran Tim Jennings who recently signed a four year contract with the Chicago Bears at the beginning of the month. But even if Tillman does move on from the franchise, he did guarantee that he will retire as a Chicago Bear.
“In a perfect world, I will finish as a Bear. I guarantee you I will retire as a Chicago Bear. I guarantee that.” Tillman via CBS Chicago.
What do you think Chicago Bears fans? Should the Bears re-sign Tillman and let him finish his career with the team, or allow him to sign elsewhere?