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The Bears Den: March 02, 2015 - Offseason Chicago Bears news & notes

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Could be time to move on for some Bears - Bob LeGere: Bears need to improve their talent level, but it's debatable whether re-signing any of their own 17 unrestricted free agents would make a difference next season.

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[Video] - Is-Hub and Not-Hub Arkush discuss how best to utilize the Bears still on the roster in Vic Fangio's 3-4 defense.

Free-agent market offers many intriguing prospects for Bears - Dan Wiederer: Ryan Pace has a detailed to-do list; names to keep an eye on as Bears cast their lines into free agency. Brad BiggsTop 25 NFL free agents.

Could Bills trade for Jay Cutler? - Will Brinson: With Mark Sanchez, Jake Locker, and Brian Hoyer atop the list,  the free-agent QB class is terrible. Trading for Cutler is is far from a play for the meek and mild, but Rex Ryan is nothing but bold.

Mock drafts - Danny Shelton still the Bears' choice at #7 for Rob Rang and Dane Brugler.

Bears free agent bargains and busts - Brad Biggs: Chester Taylor was the first in a series of high-priced flops trying to find a free agent backup to Matt Forte; was Thomas Jones the Bears' best free agent acquisition ever?

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Draft preview - Greg Gabriel's scouting reports on the University of Virginia's OLB/DEs Eli Harold and Max Valles.  Andy Staples5 prospects who could exceed college potential.

Know thy enemy: Vikings - Lance Zierlein looks at four potential draft options for the Vikings at running back if the club parts ways with Adrian Peterson.  Doug FarrarWhat's next for AP?

Know thy enemy: Lions - Kevin Patra: Stephen Tulloch says he's way ahead of schedule on his ACL rehab, but acknowledged that he knows the team could need to make cap moves if they hope to retain Ndamukong Suh.

Dear NFL: Let the players have fun in the end zone - Jeff Fedotin: With its stringent rules regarding touchdown celebrations, the NFL is once again living down to its notorious nickname — the "No Fun League."

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