Last week wide-receiver Terrell Owens signed with an Indoor Football League team called the Allen Wranglers, out of Allen, Texas. Today, the IFL’s Chicago Slaughter extended a similar offer to receiver Randy Moss, in a league where players make around $300 per game. Not only did I not know who the Chicago Slaughter were, but I also didn’t even know that the IFL was a professional league. The Slaughter play their home games at the Sears Center in Hoffman Estates, and the team is owned by former Bears quarterback Jim McMahon. If I was the new Bears GM I would give Moss a shot with the real Chicago football team. Moss is only 35 years old and he is a hell of a lot better than Roy Williams. He might be the deep threat that the Bears desperately need at receiver, and if he isn’t then they can just cut him. It definitely would be a better option for Moss rather than playing for the Chicago Slaughter. Give me a break Randy, just take a lower salary and sign with the Bears, we promise to pay you more than $300 a game.