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The Bears Den: July 01, 2015 - Offseason Chicago Bears news & notes

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Team report - Chris Burke: There will be plenty of new faces on the Bears' sidelines this season, but how quickly can they rebuild in Chicago, and how much difference can Vic Fangio make?

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Roster analysis - Son of Hub: Even after watching Shea McClellin and Christian Jones receive most of the first-team reps this offseason, Mason Foster, we suspect, remains penciled in for a starter’s role.

Kevin White featured on NFL Network - Larry Mayer: Bears first-round draft pick Kevin White discusses what he wants to prove at training camp and shares a message to fans on NFL Network’s "Rookie Confessional."

Bears history - FOX Sports South include the 2001 Bears on their list of "Greatest one-hit-wonder teams of the Super Bowl era", teams that really shouldn't have managed to do what they did for one (nearly-) glorious season.

Walter Payton top running back of Super Bowl era - Elliot Harrison: "This took all of one second to decide." Bucky Brooks concurs and not even Dave Dameshek can get this one wrong.

[Video] Inside the Bears - Jeannie Morris was the first woman to report live from the Super Bowl. The trailblazing sportscaster shares some of her favorite stories from her 24-year career covering Chicago sports.

TMZ - Blair Sheade: What Did Eighth Overall NFL Draft Pick Kevin White Not Expect To Be One Of The Perks Of His Draft Status? His Answer Will AMAZE You.

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Know thy enemy: Vikings - Brian Hall: Welcomed by the Vikings, Mike Wallace has something to prove.

Know thy enemy: Packers - The Packers have won the NFC North four consecutive years. The ESPN NFC North reporters discuss what it will take for them to be supplanted ... Greg Gabriel: Packers will rule the division as long as Aaron Rodgers is healthy ... Paul Imig: Reasons for/against Packers playing in SB 50.

Know thy enemy: Ex-Packers - Sean Wagner-McGough: Brett Favre says at 45 that 'I think I could play' in the NFL ... James Parziale: ...but does anyone really care?

Non-gridiron link - Dogs in elk.  Wait, what?


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