Bears Talk

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Insider John 'Moon' Mullin caught up with Fox Sports' Jay Glazer who trained Kyle Long in the offseason and called Long the 'meanest, nastiest dude he's ever trained.'
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For the first time in two seasons, J'Marcus Webb's spot on the offensive line isn't a question mark in training camp. Currently, the chatter surrounds the right guard position.
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Brandon Marshall is expected to carry the load of the Bears' wide receiving corps, but who will step up opposite of No. 15 this season?
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The Bears implemented a few blitzes during practice Saturday, aiming to get Lance Briggs acclimated to being the signal-caller for the team's defense with Brian Urlacher gone.
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For the second straight day, Jay Cutler was picked off on the first play of practice -- leading to Marc Trestman joking he'll just skip to play No. 2 going forward.
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With Marc Trestman's first training camp underway in Bourbonnais, CSN's Jim Miller looks at four things for Bears fans to watch this year.
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Martellus Bennett recorded stellar fantasy football numbers with the Giants in 2012, but the newest member of the Bears offense doesn't want to be labeled as a 'fantasy' tight end.
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With Urlacher gone and a new coaching regime in, Lance Briggs is ready to step in in Urlacher's place and provide the leadership and stability the new-look Bears need.
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Bears head coach Marc Trestman keeps the tempo up during Day 1 of training camp and emphasizes the importance of minimizing turnovers on offense.
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While Shea McClellin and Corey Wootton may be locked in a position battle at defensive end, each player's versatility means they'll see plenty of playing time regardless of who 'wins.'

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