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The Bears Den: February 06, 2014 - Chicago Bears offseason news & notes

2014 might still be too early to expect much from Khaseem Greene, but he's looked upon as a building block for the future.

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Rookie Review: Khaseem Greene - Michael C. Wright: The upcoming offseason conditioning program will be especially important for Greene, who needs to improve strength, explosive power, and short-area quickness.

2014 Bears outlook: Linebackers - Moon Mullin: With Bostic, Greene and McClellin in the pipeline, and Briggs in place, retaining both Anderson and Williams at even veteran minimums appears unlikely.

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Bears announce 2014 ticket prices - Larry Mayer: The Bears have announced ticket prices for the 2014 season, which will feature home games against the Lions, Packers, Vikings, Bills, Buccaneers, Cowboys, Dolphins and Saints.

[Video] - Alshon Jeffery joins NFL Total Access to break down the game film on some of his most memorable plays from the 2013 season.

[Video] CSNChicago discussion - How far are the Bears from contending? [KAPCON: 5]

NFL salary cap cuts - Chris Burke lists Julius Peppers among potential big-name casualties.

Martellus Bennett to be honored - Larry Mayer: Tight end will be honored as the Bears player of the year Monday night at the 26th Annual Comcast SportsNet Awards.

Which NFL fan bases are still suffering after this season? - Will Leitch ranks them from most spoiled to most-suffering. Bears fans aren't as badly off as some, including two of our NFCN rivals' fanbases.

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Seahawks a model for the rest of the NFL? Don't get carried away - Pat Kirwan: It's easy to say the Seahawks have found the new model for success, but teams (and fans) need to avoid knee-jerk reactions.

Around the NFL - Tom Pelissero with the 10 biggest questions for the 2014 NFL season.

Know thy enemy: Packers - Rob Demovsky: Nick Collins hopes to return to the NFL, but knows a return to the Packers is unlikely.

Know thy enemy: Lions - Drew Sharp: Lions must learn from fiscally responsible Seahawks, let Ndamukong Suh walk.

Know thy enemy: Vikings - Ben Goessling: Matt Cassel's decision to opt out of his 2014 contract raises stakes for Minnesota, leaving the team with Christian Ponder as the only QB on the roster.