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Byline: Terry Bannon
CHICAGO _ In his four seasons with the Chicago Bears, David Terrell delivered controversy on and off the field.
What he didn't deliver was enough receptions and touchdowns to offset the penalties and distractions he created.
So on Monday, two days after they signed Muhsin Muhammad, the Bears released their 2001 first-round draft pick.
"The bottom line was we needed an upgrade at the receiver position," general manager Jerry Angelo said. "We were able to add a Pro Bowl wideout, and those kind of moves can affect others on the team."
Terrell's agent, Paul Lawrence, said Terrell would have no comment Monday as he "digests what happened." Terrell found out from coach Lovie Smith Monday morning, Lawrence said.
The Bears had no interest in letting Terrell start opposite Muhammad …