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The Bears Den: June 10, 2015 - OTAs Chicago Bears news & notes

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Amid turnover, Bears leadership, chemistry emerging - Moon Mullin: The stream of new players, coupled with the change to a new scheme, coaching staff and departures of longtime fixtures, means that the vast majority of players aren’t trying to fit in an established locker room and systems as they have been for more than a decade.

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Tracy Porter's contract carries little risk - Jeff Dickerson with storylines to monitor Wednesday at Halas Hall as the Bears hold their final OTA open to the media.

Bennett's absence gives Zach Miller an opportunity - Patrick Finley: Zach Miller knows what Martellus Bennett’s very public absence means to him. "More reps," the tight end said last week.

Allen feels Bears' D can improve after 2014 season - Jeff Dickerson: Jared Allen talks about expectations for the defense in 2015, his position switch in the new scheme, and veteran coaches hired in the offseason.

Is Jay Cutler the best QB in the NFC North? - The revamped Sun-Times' Bears section's descent into clickbait shittyness Sheadeness continues under Blair Sheade. Come back Rosenbloom and Imrem, all is forgiven.

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X&Os - Matt Bowen breaks down the basics of "trap" coverages.

Early retirements should trouble NFL - Terence Moore: When Anthony Davis retired last week, he became the fourth prominent 49er to walk away from the game this offseason. Attitudes toward health risks have changed greatly in recent years.

Know thy enemy: Packers - Rob Demovsky: Time is now(ish) for Packers, Aaron Rodgers to make another Super Bowl run ... still laments late-game offense in NFC title game.