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The Weekend Bears Den: April 04, 2015 - Offseason Chicago Bears news & notes

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Nov 7, 1965; Chicago, IL: Gayle Sayers (40) follows the block of Jim Cadile (72) against the Baltimore Colts at Wrigley Field.

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Pace's QB quest for Bears almost the impossible dream - Rich Campbell: Ryan Pace's search for a long-term solution continues, but proliferation of spread offenses in college has made it difficult for pro teams to solve their QB conundrums.

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Will Montgomery reunites with coaches: 'They believe in me' - Rich Campbell: Montgomery was promoted to the Broncos’ starting lineup last season in the ninth game, and his familiarity with Adam Gase’s rules should help him assimilate quickly to the Bears.

[Video] - Is-Hub Arkush and Not-Hub Fishbain discuss the Bears' decision to release 10-year veteran Roberto Garza, along with signing Will Montgomery, Jacquizz Rodgers, and Sam Acho to one-year deals.

Bears mailbag - Brad Biggs answers readers' Qs on the defense and the draft.

Mock Draft - Son of Hub's second mock draft sees the Bears trading down to the #13 overall spot and taking Oregon DE Arik Armstead, gaining an extra second round pick in the process.

Draft preview - Dan Durkin: USC’s Nelson Agholor is a prospect who won’t only contribute as a receiver but is also a standout returner as well.

Photos - The Bears wish Jared Allen a very happy 33rd birthday.

[Video] ChicagoBears.com - Gale Sayers and Dick Butkus talk about how the Bears signed both of them in the 1965 draft with the third and fourth pick overall.

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Draft preview - Greg Gabriel casts an eye over a pair of interior O-line prospects, Duke's Laken Tomlinson and Louisville's John Miller.

Chicago sports' comforting unchanging landscape - Bernie Lincicome: Returning to Chicago after being away any length of time, it's comforting to know some things stay the same.

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Can't hear this without thinking of the Mad TV parody Syphilis Girl.