(WSCR) Bears cornerback Charles Tillman clarified his comments about retiring with the organization on the Mully and Hanley Show on Friday morning.

Tillman, who is a pending free agent, said he will “retire as a Bear” on the Laurence Holmes Show on Wednesday night. He meant that in the sense that he could retire a Bear following a one-day contract later in his career if he doesn’t remain in Chicago for next season. On Friday, he reiterated that he doesn’t know what next season will hold and where he would play.

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“There’s no bad blood between myself and the Bears … We’re all on great terms, doors are open,” Tillman said on the Mully and Hanley Show.

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“I see them every day.”

Asked his odds of re-signing in Chicago, Tillman responded that he wasn’t sure.

“I really think  in all honesty it’s too early to tell,” he said.

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“I’m not really worried about it.”