A day after being released by the Green Bay Packers guard Josh Sitton found a new home and more money. Sitton signed a three-year deal with the division rival Chicago Bears.
The deal is worth around $21 million and it includes $10 million guaranteed.
So the Packers decided Sitton wasn’t worth the $6 million plus they were supposed to pay him this season and then the Bears decided he was worth more.
One of Chicago’s biggest weaknesses is their offensive line. The Packers’ line gets worse and the Bears’ line gets better.
You can go ahead and send your thank you notes to 1265 Lombardi Avenue, Bears fans. Please address them to Ted “The Genius” Thompson.
What a disappointing chain of events.