End Of The Road For Adrian Amos And The Bears?

Published January 17, 2019 at 4:25 PM

While the main core of the 2018 Chicago Bears will stay in tact, there's still some question marks around the team. One of those question marks hangs over soon to be free agent safety Adrian Amos. The idea of possibly not coming back to the Bears made the playoff loss even harder."It's always in the back of your mind and then more to the forefront as these days go on," Amos said after clearing his locker at Halas Hall. "You talk to coaches, talk to (the front office), my agent. Really, it's nothing in my hands anymore. I put my tape out there. I played with my teammates. I was really focused more on trying to win a Super Bowl this year. Just, man, it's a hard deal."
Last February general manager Ryan Pace said the team would look at extensions for both Amos and nose tackle Eddie Goldman, however the team only ended up signing Goldman. Even though he never got that extension, Amos hopes to stick around. "I feel like I've been pretty consistent over my years here. ... Overall, I just hope my tape speaks for itself."
Would you like to see Amos stick around?

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