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The Bears Den: May 21, 2015 - Offseason Chicago Bears news & notes

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Roster analysis: Projected 2015 starters - Conor Orr: Can Kevin White have an Odell Beckham-like season in 2015 with Jay Cutler and Alshon Jeffery?

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NFL Insiders give Bears above-average offseason grade - Jeff Dickerson: Chicago has a new coaching staff led by John Fox, and the team then picked up some interesting pieces in free agency and the draft that should help.

Bears best two-point conversion team in 2014 - Jeff Dickerson: The 5-11 Bears went 5-for-5 in two-point conversion attempts last year, the highest success rate in the NFL.  CSNChicagoRobbie Gould 103/103 from under 33 yards.

Roster analysis: Running back - Jeff Dickerson: Jeremy Langford is a lock to make the 53-man roster - possibly at the expense of Ka'Deem Carey, who needs a strong preseason in order to impress the new GM and coaching staff.

Current & future NFL prototypes for each position - Chris Trapasso: Much like the Chiefs' Dontari Poe, Eddie Goldman will be asked to clog the middle and fling blockers off him on inside runs and push the pocket on long-developing pass plays.

Power rankings - Chris Burke: Were it not for Abe Gibron (11-30-1 record from 1972–74), Marc Trestman's 13 wins would stand as the least ever produced by a full-time Bears head coach.

[Video] Inside the Bears - Brian Piccolo Award winner Kyle Fuller and Piccolo author Jeannie Morris talk about the man and the award that has been presented in his honor since 1970.

Ex-Bear news - (AP): The family of the late Dave Duerson has decided not to appeal the potential $1 billion settlement of NFL concussion lawsuits.

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The Business of Football - Andrew Brandt: The union's appeal of Tom Brady's four-game suspension is next on the docket, with Judge Roger Goodell presiding.

Know thy enemy: Packers - Conor Orr: The Packers are expected to look the same come Week 1 of the 2015 season. Is that a good or bad thing?

Know thy enemy: Lions - Conor Orr: The defense will take a step back without Ndamukong Suh, and is left hoping that Haloti Ngata still has enough left in the tank to draw a consistent double team.

Know thy enemy: Vikings - Conor Orr: The Vikings' starting lineup for Week 1 looks better on paper after the draft. Can they compete for a playoff spot with Adrian Peterson back?