Sign-Trade-Release: Chicago Bears' Wide Receivers

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Rules: The object of this game is simple. I'll provide you with a mixture of three past or present Chicago Bears. You'll decide which one of these players (in their prime) you would sign, which one you would trade, and which one you would release.*

Jump with me to see a few of each candidate's credentials.

Harlon Hill (#87) Johnny Morris (#47) Curtis Conway (#80)
NFL: 1954-1962 NFL: 1958-1967 NFL: 1993-2004
Chicago: 1954-1961 Chicago: 1958-1967 Chicago: 1993-1999
226 rec / 4616 yds / 20.4 avg 356 rec / 5059 yds / 14.2 avg 329 rec / 4498 yds / 13.7 avg
5 rushes / 31 yards / 6.2 avg 224 rushes / 1040 yards / 4.6 avg 33 rushes / 265 yards / 8.0 avg
40 rec TDs / 0 rush TDs / 2 Fumbles 31 rec TDs / 5 rush TDs / 16 Fumbles 31 rec TDs / 0 rush TDs / 7 Fumbles
3x Pro Bowl / 3x All Pro 1x Pro Bowl / 1x All Pro 0x Pro Bowl / 0x All Pro

Note: The statistics above are collected from their time with Chicago Bears only. Any yardage, receptions, touchdowns or fumbles made while with other teams are left off of the chart above.

*You must sign one, trade one and release one.

Use the comments section to tells us your selections, and the reasonings behind them.

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