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Chicago Bears to sign Jairus Byrd - according to Madden 25

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We are hitting the off-season in the NFL and know which players are setting out to find themselves a new team to line up for come opening day of the 2014 season.

There are some big names hitting the market and teams will be clamouring over each other in a bid to try and sign the final piece of the puzzle who can drag them to the playoffs.

Well it seems like Madden 25 has predicted where the best of the free agents are set to end up, and it makes for fun viewing.

First of all, congratulations to the Chicago Bears. According to the simulation, the fans at Soldier Field can expect the best player in the free agent class to be sporting the navy blue next season. 

Jairus Byrd, former Buffalo Bills safety and one of the league's best is headed to the Windy City. The three time Pro Bowler and All Pro is available but wants to be the best paid safety in the game. If the Bears do stump up that kind of cash, then their defense improves exponentially.

If what Madden says to be true then it looks like Michael Vick will be finding a new home with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Eric Decker is set to start receiving passes from Andrew Luck at the Indianapolis Colts and former Seattle Seahawk and Super Bowl winner Michael Bennett will be teaming up with Lovie Smith at Tampa Bay.

But former Bears punt returning wizard Devin Hester won't be becoming a Buccaneer as is expected. 

The simulation predicts that Hester will be cutting and dekeing his way to the endzone and records with the Kansas.

Start looking forward to that Chiefs fans.

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