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The Bears Den: March 12, 2013 - Offseason news and notes

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He gone! No, literally. He gone. To Seattle.

Hannah Foslien

Phil Emery keeping plans close to vest - Sean Jensen: While some clubs have been aggressive about restructuring deals, re-signing free agents and clearing cap space by cutting players, Emery has bided his time and hasn’t tipped his hand.


Generalissimo Wiltfong: Bears 2013 Roster Turnover Series

Peter King's MMQB - 2013 NFL Free Agency notes.

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Lack of depth will force key moves for Bears - Kip Lewis: The Bears know that they are currently not good enough to win their division if they don't improve their roster, and because of that, they will be forced to make some tough choices in the next 24 hours.


Il Duce: Complete list of Bears free agents

NFCN free agency preview - Kevin Seifert's overview of each NFCN team's status as free agency is set to kick off.

Bears salary cap - Check out IOftenPanic's detailed breakdown. I have a feeling we'll be going to it often in the next few days.

[Video] CSNChicago discussion - Brian Urlacher or Nick Roach?

Bears could see unsigned players depart - Dan Pompei: On eve of free agency, team had not signed any of its significant players with expiring contracts.


Il Postino: Without moves, the Bears won't play in Free Agency

ESPN Chicago Chatwrap - Jeff Dickerson's Q&A session on all things Bears.

Trades alter Bears' 2013 WR opponents - Moon Mullin on trade news around the NFL that will affect the Bears in the upcoming season. Plus, Caleb Hanie was released by Denver.

Kiss Me, I'm a Brandon Marshall Fan!

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Ditka

Four downs with Ditka - Da Coach answers Da Questions.

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Free agency preview - NFP's 10 free agents to monitor starting Tuesday.

[Video] Top 10 worst free agent signings - We could trade Melton and sign Fat Albert!

Know thy enemy: Vikings - Kevin Seifert: It would take an extraordinary litany of confrontations, altercations and mistrust to make a player like Percy Harvin a net negative and thus expendable. If this was addition by subtraction, well, that's a lot of negatives. Undermanned receiving corps now nearly barren.

Know thy enemy: Lions - Kevin Seifert: With just three players currently projected to account for about 42 percent of the Lions' total cap allotment of $123 million, the Lions are limited in what they can do without a Matthew Stafford deal.

It may be time to say goodbye to some of our own...