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The Bears Den: February 13, 2014 - Chicago Bears offseason news & notes

Matt Slauson is set to be a key part of the Bears' revamped O-line for several years to come.

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Bears promote Meyer, hire Kim - Larry Mayer: The Bears on Wednesday promoted Pat Meyer to O-line coach and hired martial arts expert Joe Kim as an assistant strength/skill development coach. Chris Boden: Strengthens their number of "teachers" to improve from within.

2013 FA review: Matt Slauson - Michael C. Wright: The addition of Slauson helped to provide the type of stability along the O-line in 2013 that the club hadn't seen in several years.

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Bears like Cutler’s game, Angelo not so much - Mike Imrem: Emery and Trestman bet $54 million Cutler can to become the QB Angelo thought he acquired for the Bears five years ago. Jerry Angelo doesn’t sound so sure.

Angelo's criticism of Cutler is a tad odd - Michael C. Wright: Angelo once said "We wouldn't have been where we were without [Cutler]." Now, Cutler "lacks poise and isn't comfortable reading defenses." C'mon, man.

[Video] ESPN - Skip Bayless & Stephen A. Smith react to the comments by Jerry Angelo that Jay Cutler has all the physical tools but is inconsistent in the clutch. [KAPCON: Skip Bayless & Stephen A. Smith]

[Video] CSNChicago discussion - Can new marital artist skill development coach help Shea McClellin, and do the Bears keep Julius Peppers? [KAPCON: 5]

[Video] ESPN - Michael C. Wright is made to stand outside in the snow as he discusses the team’s salary-cap situation as free agency approaches.

Mock Draft - Daniel Jeremiah's Mock draft 2.0 has the Bears sticking with Timmy Jernigan.

Payton, Dent in select company - Larry Mayer: In celebration of Black History Month, ranked the top 30 NFL players from historically black colleges, and two Bears Hall of Famers are near the top of the list.

Bears doing good things - Larry Mayer: Matt Forte will host "A Run For Our Future," the inaugural fundraising event for his recently-formed foundation March 30.

[Video] - Anthony Adams is the biggest thing to hit the mall since One Direction. Watch as Adams instructs fans on football fundamentals and how to do a proper sack dance.

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Know thy enemy: Vikings Who's looking for a franchise QB this offseason? - Marc Sessler dishes on which NFL teams are looking to start over under center. Thankfully, the Bears aren't among them. Pat KirwanSolving the QB puzzle.

Know thy enemy: Lions - Dave Birkett: Lions need more WRs, whether in free agency or draft. Justin Rogers: Lions OC prefers versatile tight end. Giggity.

Know thy enemy: Lions - Pat Kirwan: Is trading Ndamukong Suh a good move for cap-challenged Lions?

Know thy enemy: Packers - Dan Hanzus: A new philosophy in free agency could mean the end for B.J. Raji at Lambeau. Rob Demovsky's Packers Q&A.


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