Bears' Jeffery won’t blame refs after penalties
CHICAGO – Dressing at one locker was the 28-year-old, seven-year NFL veteran wide receiver who is a master of getting just enough contact with defensive backs to make receptions without drawing flags.
In the adjacent locker was the 22-year-old rookie who apparently needs more schooling from his neighbor.
Bears receiver Alshon Jeffery was playing a critical role as the Bears tried to come back against Green Bay on Sunday at Soldier Field. On one play, Packers cornerback Sam Shields was penalized 5 yards for illegal contact. On the next, safety Morgan Burnett was called for a 53-yard pass interference penalty.
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