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The Bears Den: May 13, 2015 - Offseason Chicago Bears news & notes

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Bears' brass confident in Fuller as building block for new defense - Not-Hub Fishbain: Offseason chatter about Kyle Fuller says a lot about how two respected defensive minds in John Fox and Vic Fangio feel about his potential in this league.

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Bears add eighth tight end - Jeff Dickerson: The Bears have increased their numbers at tight end by claiming Chris Pantale off waivers, after starter Martellus Bennett decided to skip the offseason program because of a contract dispute.

Fangio defends Bears' decision to sign McDonald - Jeff Dickerson: Bears DC Vic Fangio coached Ray McDonald in San Francisco from 2011-14.

Can Adam Gase fix Jay Cutler? - Sean Wagner-McGough: Mike Martz might have provided Gase with a portion of the blueprint for the kind of system that allows Cutler to walk the fine line between reckless and careful.

Soldier Field installing new video screens -  Phil Thompson: Larger, brighter screens replace outdated video boards that have been in use since the stadium's 2003 renovation.

[Video] Inside the Bears - Anthony Adams heads to Draft Town in Grant Park to take in all of the fun and festivities surrounding the 2015 draft.

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Ex-Bear news - Blair Sheade: The Buccaneers claimed former Bears linebacker Khaseem Greene off waivers on Tuesday.

Ex-Bear news - Matt Maiocco: 49ers remain interested in signing seven-time Pro Bowler Lance Briggs.

Deflategate vs Jackie Robinson West: Pros take softer hit for rule-breaking - John Kass: When we expect more of children than we do of champion athletes, we're sending a confusing message.

Know thy enemy: Lions - Michael Rothstein: According to Football Outsiders, Detroit has the fourth-toughest schedule, and it's why the group has the Lions with a 7-9 projected record for 2015.


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