Haven't heard anything being talked about lately as far defensive end.We were talking with Abraham but somehow talks collapsed due to him wanting full time not part time snaps.So what happens do they eventually hold firm with Morgan or are they still going to be looking into adding someone? I would be fine with Israel Idonije from Chicago he might be a better fit here and have more left in the tank.If Abraham is flirting with retirement then his head isn't where it needs to be anyway.My guess is he is waiting for the next injury to hit somewhere so he can snag one more payday like Dwight Freeny has with San Diego.If i were Webster i'd just give Idonije a call.I found out some things about him as a player that i printed below.In my opinion Idonije could be what we are looking for...... Idonije was obtained by the Chicago Bears as a practice squad player late in the 2003 season. He made the Bears' roster in 2004, and was with the team eight years. Idonije is known for his versatility, including his ability to play both defensive tackle and defensive end and his blocked kicks. Idonije also played gunner on the punt coverage team.He led NFL in blocked punts/fields goals in 2005, 2006, 2007.During the 2007 season, Idonije had three consecutive games with a blocked field goal or extra point. In 2008, Idonije set career highs in sacks (3.5), tackles (22), and passes defensed (6). In May 2009, signed a two-year, $7 million contract extension with the Bears.In 2010, week 5 at Carolina, Idonije recorded a career high 3 sacks.In 2011, in week 15 against Seattle, Idonije scored his first NFL touchdown after a fumble recovery in the end zone after Tarvaris Jackson had the ball stripped.In 2012 Idonije was moved to defensive tackle. In the second game of the preseason against Washington Idonije recorded 2½ sacks on rookie and Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III.Idonije would once again record 2½ sacks in week three against St. Louis.Idonije ended the season with 40 tackles, 7.5 sacks, and a forced fumble.