Under the restrictive terms of the franchise designation with which the Bears have marked him, Lance Briggs said Sunday evening that he doesn't want to play another day for the club that brought him into the league in 2003. "There's a difference between the Chicago Bears team and the Chicago Bears organization," Briggs told ESPN.com, when reached Sunday evening at his home in suburban Chicago. "The Chicago Bears team? The coaches, players, city and fans? Yeah, I could stay there forever. I love it. But the Chicago Bears organization? I don't want to be there anymore. I won't play for them and I'll do everything in my power to keep from playing there."
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