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The Bears Den: July 03, 2013 - Offseason news and notes

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Larry Mayer's Chalk Talk - Larry discusses whether he agrees with that William Perry is the most overrated Bears player, Family Fest activities, and the DL rotation this season.

Steven Schweickert: The D-Line must drive the Defense

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Thayer excited about offense's potential under Trestman - Larry Mayer: With the Bears set to begin their first training camp under new coach Marc Trestman July 25, radio analyst and former guard Tom Thayer shares his thoughts about the team.

Bears schedule - Maggie Hendricks looks ahead to games 5-8. WRs to watch - Bucky Brooks lists Alshon Jeffery among his WRs most likely to improve in 2013.

NFC roundup - Christian S. Kohl with a quick look at each team's lead stories heading towards training camp. For the Bears he has Cutler and Hester.

Ex-Bear news - Josh Katzenstein: Israel Idonije isn't looking forward to attacking his friend Jay Cutler, but he wants to show the Bears what they missed by letting him sign with a division rival.

Steve Ronkowski: Bears Playbook - How replaceable is Israel Idonije?

We’re living in the Golden Age of Chicago sports - Dave Wischnowsky: For all of its legendary championship woes, Chicago actually has the third most total titles of any city in America, trailing only Boston and New York City.


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Know thy enemy: Lions - Josh Katzenstein: The Lions struggled to form a cohesive secondary last season, with 12 different players making a start. But they have a few reasons to be optimistic about this season.

Know thy enemy: Packers - Kevin Seifert: Bryan Bulaga might not be a top-10 LT and probably doesn't have to be. But it's on him to make this work. If he can't, I'm not sure what would be the Packers' next option.

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