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The Bears Den: May 14, 2015 - Offseason Chicago Bears news & notes

Fellow rookies look on admiringly as Hroniss Grasu poses for the Chicago Bears' pinup calendar. Hey lay-deez (or gents), how would you like this strapping fellow placing a ball in your hands?

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Bears need more from '4’s' in drafts after recent misses - Moon Mullin: Franchises do not typically turn on fourth-round draft choices, but Evan Rodriguez, Khaseem Greene, and Ka’Deem Carey point to a pattern that Ryan Pace needs to change.

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Two Bears rookies already beat odds - Larry Mayer: After trying out at rookie minicamp, Terry Williams and Kyle Woestmann were about to head home last Sunday when their plans for the day — and hopefully a lot longer — changed dramatically.

Best/worst 2015 draft picks for NFC North teams - Chase Goodbread: Bears should receive immediate production from Kevin White, but Jeremy Langford may not be tough enough to play in such a physical division.

10 impact players selected in Round 4 or later - Gil Brandt: Jeremy Langford can handle all three downs and should be a good fit in the Bears' offense.

Which rookies will make the biggest immediate impact? - Bryan Fischer has two Bears in his top-14, and two more at #68 and #75.

Louis Riddick: Goldman 'exactly' what Bears needed - Jeff Dickerson: Former NFL player and 12-year scout and director of pro personnel Louis Riddick thinks Eddie Goldman is well-positioned to succeed early in his career in Chicago.  Chase GoodbreadBears got him at right spot in the draft.

[Video] ESPN - Jeff Dickerson: The fact that Chicago passed on opportunities to draft a QB is further evidence that Jay Cutler is still the franchise’s best option in 2015.

Bears mailbag - Brad Biggs' readers' Q&As. Did the Bears make a mistake by not taking an edge rusher in the draft?

[Video] Inside the Bears - Will Sutton and Blake Annen visit the town of Fairdale to help those who were affected by last month’s devastating tornadoes.

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PAT change coming? - John Breech: The defense could be allowed to score on two-point conversion plays if NFL owners pass a new extra point proposal at the League's Spring Meeting on May 18.

Know thy enemies - In addition to Eddie Goldman to the Bears, Chase Goodbread thinks Brett Hundley and Eric Kendricks were ideal fits for the Packers and Vikings, respectively.

Know thy enemy: Lions - Chris Burke: The Lions traded for Haloti Ngata after losing Ndamukong Suh and Nick Fairley to free agency; however, they may have more of a headache at DE.

Know thy enemy: Vikings - Ben Goessling: Mike Zimmer is confident that when Adrian Peterson returns, he'll still be a good teammate and try his hardest.