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The Bears Den: July 01, 2013 - Offseason news and notes

Kyle Long's undersized opponent stood no chance.

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Guest MMQB - New Orleans CB Jabari Greer on post-bounty Saints; an inspirational tale.

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NFCN Blog - Kevin Seifert: Other than the QB, which player could each NFC North team least afford to lose to injury?

Steven Schweickert: Which one player can the Bears not lose? Around the League - Chris Wesseling's "10 storylines to watch" includes mention of the Bears among the group of teams who will be fielding changes installed by new coaches.

Ex-Bear news - Kevin Seifert: Israel Idonije's one-year contract tells us, if we didn't know before, that he is making the team, should get plenty of playing time and had more than one team interested in him.

Blackhawks at top of Chicago sports heap - David Haugh: Transcendent Stanley Cup champions have eclipsed, at least for the moment, even the Bears in unifying city's sports fans.


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NFP Sunday Blitz - Len Pasquarelli: Aaron Hernandez, the 49ers and more from around the NFL.

NFP Director's Report - Greg Gabriel: How do NFL clubs find out about character?

Schweickert: How much can character hurt a player? / Wiltfong: Bears have 11th most players arrested since 2000

Know thy enemy: Lions - Pat Kirwan: More teams were passing more often in the NFL in 2012. The Cowboys and Lions have the most work to do to get back in alignment.

Know thy enemy: Packers - Kevin Seifert: What trade value would TE Jermichael Finley have if, say, the suddenly TE-needy Patriots came calling?

They're taking the hobbits to Isengard!