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The Bears Den: July 08, 2013 - Offseason news and notes

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Brad Biggs' 10 questions - For the fifth consecutive summer the focus will be on how much better the offense can be.

Team Report - Lindsay H. Jones: Cutler ready to start over yet again as Bears move on from Urlacher-Lovie Smith era.

JW_Redmon: Marc Trestman versus Mike Martz

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Why Chilo Rachal never made it back to the Bears - Vaughn McClure: Guard banished for poor reaction to demotion last season tells his side of the story.

Bears schedule - Maggie Hendricks takes a look at the final quarter of the season and adds: "These predictions could be wildly right, wildly wrong, or somewhere in the middle." Thanks, Maggie!

2013 NFL training camp previews - Mike Freeman with a glance at key headlines for each team heading into training camp. Cutler's offseason emphasis has been on cutting back turnovers.

NFP: Retaining starters and free agent activity - Tony Villiotti breaks down which teams are heading into camp with the most experience. The Bears are one of the more veteran teams (and we now have one of the more experienced O-lines).

Steven Schweickert: Is the NFC North the toughest division in the NFL?


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NFP Sunday Blitz - Len Pasquarelli on the Cowboys’ new-look defense, Matt Ryan’s new-look O-line and more.

Around the NFL - Sam Farmer: Teams reevaluate taking on players with character issues in light of the former Patriots TE's arrest on murder charges.

Know thy enemy: Packers - Will Brinson: CEO Mark Murphy said they 'would like to retire' Brett Favre's number before he enters Canton as a Hall of Famer.

Whut? - BBC news: Football (soccer) spectators in northern Brazil decapitate a referee after he fatally stabbed a player at an amateur game, officials say.

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