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The Weekend Bears Den: June 13, 2015 - OTAs Chicago Bears news & notes

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Bears will tackle formidable issues at minicamp - Brad Biggs: It has been a long time since the Bears have had an offseason with as much change from top to bottom, so the last six months have passed quickly at Halas Hall.

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Five things we've learned from Bears OTAs - Patrick Finley: Kevin White's acclimation to the Pro game, the moving pieces on the O-line, Jared Allen's transition to 3-4 OLB, and more.

Fox impressed by Jeffery's work ethic - Jeff Dickerson: Despite the arrival of 2015 top pick Kevin White, Alshon Jeffery is expected to be Chicago's top target in the receiving game to start the season.

Jeffery, White wow each other - Patrick Finley: However Adam Gase manipulates his Xs and Os, the goal will be to get the ball into the hands of dynamic receivers Alshon Jeffery and Kevin White.

Bears say Tracy Porter smart enough to play nickel back - Jeff Dickerson: Veteran has played for Ryan Pace and John Fox in the past, so they know what they're getting. Blame ThorCo.

[Video] - Matt Bowen: Will Kyle Fuller have a breakout sophomore season under Vic Fangio?

Pace uses Cancun trip to bring Bears coaching family together - Moon Mullin: Trip served the dual purposes of bringing the coaching family together away from the "office" and also to reward the new staff for the work that has gone into fashioning a program this offseason.

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Ex-Bear news - (AP): Brandon Marshall, wide receiver, has made a move of convenience for Brandon Marshall, media mogul, as taping "Inside The NFL" is now simply a local show for him.

Know thy enemy: Lions - Michael Rothstein: Lions still trying to figure out who will line up next to Haloti Ngata after departures in free agency.

Know thy enemy: Vikings - Greg Gabriel:  The Vikings, who did a good job of improving depth throughout the roster and look to be strong at all positions, just may be one of the surprise teams in the NFL in 2015.