LAKE FOREST, Ill. — Chicago Bears linebacker Jerrell Freeman has been suspended without pay for the next 10 games for a second violation of the league’s policy on performance-enhancing substances. The Bears placed Freeman on injured reserve in Week 2 after the veteran tore a pectoral muscle in the season opener versus Atlanta, but Freeman suggested Monday that the concussion he also suffered in the Falcons game contributed to the latest suspension. “I hate to say I’m sorry again, but I’m sorry,” Freeman posted on his Twitter account. “I’ve been on IR all year and you try and stay out of sight, but sorry for the distraction. “I had been lying to friends, family and loved ones when it came to the question of, ‘Are you OK?’ Knowing my career may be over due to everything that came with the head injury (that’s been purposely downplayed by me), memory loss and all, has actually been a bit of a struggle. That being said there’s no excuse…

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