Charles Tillman not "worried" by lack of contract

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Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman admits that he is not "worried" that he has not been offered a new deal by the club.

Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman has admitted that he is not "worried" about his future despite not being offered a new deal by the club.

Tillman was not part of the spate of new contracts offered to players in their final year of their respective deals at the Bears and will likely be a free agent when the market opens in March.

"I'm not really worried about it," Tillman told the Chicago Tribune. "I have some decisions I have to make in the next couple of weeks, couple of months.

"I am just going to see what happens. I have some options, I have some thoughts."

The 32-year-old played eight games and had 42 tackles and three interceptions in the 2013 season.

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