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Hold ‘em or Fold ‘em: D.J. Moore

CB D.J. Moore (Dennis Wierzbicki/USA TODAY)

Should the Chicago Bears attempt to re-sign free-agent cornerback D.J. Moore, who has served as the club's nickelback the past three seasons, or let him walk?

In 2011, Chicago Bears cornerback D.J. Moore led the team in interceptions, despite playing limited snaps as the nickelback. In fact, during his four years with the Bears, Moore has always been a consistent presence in the slot. He also likes to talk. Moore has always been one of the most media-friendly members on the club, always willing to provide a quick quote to a reporter in need. So... Recommended Stories

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