Haley looking to collect ex-Bears wideouts in Kansas City?

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BOURBONNAIS, Ill.–The Kansas City Chiefs brought in one ex-Bears player Bobby Engram to join another in Mark Bradley this offseason.

And according to our friend Bill Williamson over at ESPN.com, ex-Bears wide receivers coach Todd Haley kicked the tires on yet another ex-Bears wide receiver this morning.

David Terrell.

The first-round pick from 2001 never amounted to much in a Bears’ uniform and then his career flamed out in Denver.

Looks like two ex-Bears receivers will be enough for Haley now. Williamson says the Chiefs are close to signing Amani Toomer to a contract.

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