- Kevin Seifert, NFL Nation
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Here's the kind of blog post you don't read every day.
During the 2010 draft, according to the National Football Post, the Chicago Bears called Buffalo tailback James Starks to say they planned to draft him with the No. 181 overall pick. At the last moment, however, general manager Jerry Angelo changed his mind and selected Central Michigan quarterback Dan LeFevour instead.
The Bears nearly drafted Green Bay running back James Starks.