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

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] - 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.


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