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- Bears Trade Booker, Get Adewale

Chris Pokorny August 22, 2004
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The Miami Dolphins were rumored to go after either Quincy Morgan or Andre Davis of the Browns, but those rumors are over now. Instead, the Dolphins got Marty Booker via trade. They gave up Pro Bowl defensive lineman Ogunleye Adewale instead of working out a new deal with him.

Adewale's contract with the Bears is said to be a six year deal worth $33.4 million.

Booker has quietly had good seasons with the Bears organization the last few years. In 2001 and 2002 he averaged about 1,100 yards per season, including a Pro Bowl appearance. Last season he only had 715 years, but had to miss three games due to an ankle injury.

Edit: 10:14 PM Eastern Time
The Bears also gave up a third round draft choice to the Dolphins for the 2005 draft.

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