Article Suggests Bears Should Sign Suspended FA Will Hill.......

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  1. The Benjamin

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    IF the Bears do sign him.... who knows.... Maybe Marshall can mentor him into cleaning up his life

    Though not sure I would want to take that chance
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    Marshall only works with the receivers. Hill is a DB. Those guys are the enemy. LOL

    I wouldn't even ask or expect Marshall to tackle a project like this guy. He sounds like he's got some real deep issues with authority not to mention some of the worst sanitary habits known to man. BMarsh is the "Clean Gene" type and Hill sounds like he doesn't even know what day the trash man comes.
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    Here's a quick virtual tour of BMarsh's Florida home ... like it has ever seen a maggot.

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    soulman Pro-Bowler SuperFan DBS Writer

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    Uh huh, that's what I mean and look at the way the guy dresses. He's GQ cover waiting to happen. Hill would definitely not be invited to winter in Florida at BMarsh's place with his 4 Pit Bulls and his maggot farm.
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    Well truth be told...they haven't applied to him for most of his life....and why you think this isn't more common is surprising. He'll play again, because guys that have done MUCH MUCH worse have played again.
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    He will play somewhere. What if he were available last year when we had taken so many injuries on the defensive side of the ball? How much of a cry would have ther been here to sign him?

    I am not saying I want him on our roster. Just that sometimes your value to an organization is very situational.
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    Like...... say...... murder?
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    He signed with an AFL team, so I think, unless he is able to stay healthy and keep his nose clean, his career is about as dead as River Phoenix
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    That's the very thing that makes me think his NFL career is dead. He's not interested in cleaning up his act just moving on to somewhere else where they don't care about it as much or at all. This is just one more way for him to flip off the NYG and the NFL.
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    Hah...no...he needs the money!

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