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The Bears Den: April 11, 2013 - Offseason news and notes

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Te'o couldn't hug his imaginary girlfriend, so he hugged opposing players instead.

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Draft preview - Larry Mayer: With the Bears addressing key needs in free agency, NFL analysts are having a tough time predicting who the team will select in the first round of the draft.

Bears should beware of draft “footsteps” - Moon Mullin: Trading down offer excellent benefits in the form of added picks but the Bears need to be mindful of what the division is doing long before they meet any of those teams on the field.

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Brandon Marshall: "I'm excited to start this season 100 percent healthy" - Sean Jensen: After undergoing a scope on his hip in January, Marshall took advantage of the offseason and doubled the recovery time to ensure he didn't rush back. Larry Hartstein: Marshall targeted on nearly 40% of Bears' passes last season.

Draft preview - Adam L. Jahns: Manti Te’o visits Halas Hall, projected to go No. 20 to Bears.


Steven Schweickert: Is the 20th pick too high for Manti Te'o?

[Video] NFCN Blogger Blitz - Kevin Seifert and Scouts Inc.'s Steve Muench talk about some various draft possibilities for the NFCN. Which MLB should the Bears draft?

Draft preview - Jeff Dickerson: Former California center/guard Brian Schwenke is scheduled to visit the Bears on Wednesday, according to a league source. Kevin Seifert: Center transition on Bears' horizon.


Steven Schwenke: 2013 NFL Draft: Cal C Brian Schwenke

JaMarcus Russell to Chicago? - Maggie Hendricks gets to the root of the rumo(u)r.

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Draft preview - 23 draftees will attend the main event at Radio City Music Hall two weeks from Thursday.

Draft preview - Dan Pompei: How NFL front office men compare and contrast Jonathan Cooper and Chance Warmack.

"Madden" was a major step forward for gridiron games on the Amiga, though it was somewhat ruined for me when I discovered that if I scrambled my QB downfield with the passing windows open, my receivers would keep running routes and the DBs would stay in coverage.