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The Weekend Bears Den: May 30, 2015 - OTAs Chicago Bears news & notes

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Montgomery ready to teach Adam Gase's scheme to O-line - Spawn of Hub: The entire O-line, Will Montgomery said, will surely welcome John Fox’s run-based approach after frustration was evident regarding Marc Trestman’s reluctance to establish a ground identity last season.

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Pace discusses recent hires - Larry Mayer: Ryan Pace discusses the recent additions of Joey Laine as director of football administration and Nate Breske as head athletic trainer.

Dumping Ray McDonald has Bears mulling their options on D-line - Brad Biggs: The development of Eddie Goldman is paramount because if he can get on the field early, it will allow Jeremiah Ratliff to plug McDonald's spot.

UDFA Terry Williams can provide bulk to Bears' D-line - Blair Sheade: Former East Carolina Terry Williams DT was an undrafted free agent signed by the Bear[sic], and he has one of the more interesting nicknames. [Because that's what's important. - Den]

Forte feels Adam Gase can help on many levels - Jeff Dickerson: Matt Forte expects his new offensive coordinator to continue to utilize him heavily in both the running and passing games.

Pat Devlin gives Bears options at backup QB - Patrick Finley: 27-year-old Devlin could bring maturity to the QB room, even if he never sees the field on Sundays.

Jay Cutler ranks 7th in player-friendly QB contracts - Jeff Dickerson: A strong argument can be made that Cutler's contract is ranked too low, being extremely player friendly compared to his career NFL accomplishments.

TMZ - Blair Sheade: You Won't Believe The New Friends That Kevin White Has Been Making At The NFL Rookie Premiere Until You See The Photo. It Will AMAZE You.

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What NFL rule change would you like to see most? - The NFL has plenty of rules that need to be altered, so's NFL staff weighs in on what change they want to see most.

Know thy enemy: Packers - Rob Demovsky: Aaron Rodgers says Packers' offense shouldn't be impacted too much despite coach Mike McCarthy giving up play-calling duties.  Paul ImigCasey Hayward wants to be Packers' No. 1 CB.

Know thy enemy: Lions - Jarrett Bell: Teryl Austin had a proverbial breakout season himself in 2014, reshaping the Lions defense into one of the NFL's best in his first year as DC, Now he has to maintain that success without Ndamukong Suh.

Know thy enemy: Vikings - Jason B. Hirschhorn: What could be on the horizon for Adrian Peterson and the team with which he's at odds?


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