Accoring to The Chicago Sun-Times, the Bears might be interested in Edge???
If so, what will they do with Thomas Jones? I can't see an RBBC with Edge. Do they resign A-Train (he's going to be a backup somewhere else anyway) and trade away TJ? I don't get this. Once again, I say resign A-Train, trade down in the draft and get a WR AND TE, and get RB next year (but I wouldn't be upset with Mike Williams at #4). If you can't resign A-Train, then draft the best RB with #4.If the Bears choose to address receiver rather than running back in the first round, they could make several moves to create salary-cap room for running back Edgerrin James, whom the Indianapolis Colts are shopping.James will want a deal similar to what Clinton Portis got from the Washington Redskins last year, and $12 million to $15 million in bonus money is a fortune for a back with six years of wear and tear. Before doing anything, the Bears would demand to inspect James' reconstructed left knee.