Leave it to Chicago receiver David Terrell to give the Browns some fighting words for Sunday's game in Soldier Field.
Speaking on a national conference call, Terrell mentioned that Aaron Shea, his former teammate at Michigan, would rather be playing with the Bears than the Browns. Shea grew up near Chicago and admittedly liked the Bears as a kid.
When pressed further on his comment, Terrell let out some excellent bulletin-board material.
"Who would want to be 4-2, coming to Chicago and going up against Brian Urlacher, Mike Brown and those guys, and leaving here 4-3," Terrell said.
Terrell was then asked if he is predicting a Chicago victory.
"I play for the Bears," he said. "Do you think I'm going to say we're going to lose?"
Terrell continued on. He had a parting shot for the success he enjoyed at Michigan when the Wolverines played Ohio State University.
"Every time I get a chance to play a team from Ohio and do them in, I'm going to do my best," he said. "That's what I'm going to do here."
INJURY UPDATE: Receiver Jammi German (knee) has been added to the Browns' list as questionable. For the Bears, running back Anthony Thomas (toe) is probable, and quarterback Danny Wuerffel (neck) is probable.