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The Bears Den: March 18, 2015 - Offseason Chicago Bears news & notes

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Roster news - Brad Biggs: Bears expected to sign former Chiefs long snapper Thomas Gafford to a one-year contract.

Will Bears move Kyle Long to tackle? - Moon Mullin: What the Bears are and aren’t doing early in free agency makes for an interesting trail of breadcrumbs to follow. [Video]

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Bears attend private workout for Northwestern safety - Adam L. Jahns: Mike Mayock considers Ibraheim Campbell one of the top-five safeties in this year’s draft class, and he’s widely rated as a mid-round pick for the 2015 draft.

Draft preview - Dan Durkin takes  a look at one of the draft’s most intriguing edge rusher prospects, Dante Fowler Jr from the University of Florida.  Frank CooneyVersatile, disruptive linebacker draft class.

Mock Draft - Pete Prisco: With Brandon Marshall gone, the Bears can't pass up on Amari Cooper, the draft's best receiver.  Greg A. BedardWorth a top 10 pick?

A revised look at Bears ’15 schedule - Moon Mullin: One week into free agency, what moves have been made by the teams that the Bears will be lining up against this season?

Rolle accuses tax lawyer of $1.8 million fraud - David Just: New Bears safety Antrel Rolle claims his tax attorney conspired with the president of a "bogus" charity to defraud him.

[Video] Inside the Bears - When Commander George Halas returned to active duty in the Navy, his life-long business partner, Ralph Brizzolara ran the team. Ralph's son Charles shares his favorite memories, including one special championship season.

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Draft preview - The Combine is over, and now it's all about the individual workouts and pro days. Who moved up and who fell in Joel Klatt's top five at each position?

Draft preview - Greg Gabriel casts an eye over expected third-round corner prospects Senquez Golson and Steve Nelson.

Know thy enemy: Packers - Rob Demovsky: The Packers re-signed both of their major free agency priorities before they could hit the open market, but didn't retain either of their top-two free agent corners.

Know thy enemy: Lions - Michael Rothstein: After trading for Haloti Ngata to fill the void left by the loss of Ndamukong Suh and Nick Fairley, guard and corner are the two major spots Detroit needs to fill with veterans.

Know thy enemy: Vikings - Ben Goessling: The Vikings have mostly kept to their plan of shopping the bargain rack in free agency, staying out of serious contention for the top prizes on the open market.  Gregg RosenthalMaking a case for Adrian Peterson's return.