Bears extend TE Clark through 2010

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The Bears continued to get business done at the combine as tight end Desmond Clark has agreed to a two-year extension that will keep him in place through 2010.

Clark has been durable in five seasons with the Bears, and was to enter the final year of the $9 million, six-year contract he signed in 2003.

Over the last two seasons his 13.2 yards per catch (89 receptions for 1,171 yards) is highest among NFL tight ends.

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