Nate Collins

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Hall of Fame exec Jim Finks believed that owners own, coaches coach and players play. Presumably, that meant offensive players play offense, defensive players play defense, and so on.

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The market for pass rushers is always among the most important in any offseason, from the first offseason of free agency (1993, when Reggie White went to Green Bay) to this season’s.

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Although the Scouting Combine in Indianapolis will be the center of popular viewing and talk this weekend, the real action will be behind the scenes as teams chat with agents, not so much for the

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Free agency still has to play out for the Bears and their own defensive tackles like Jeremiah Ratliff, Henry Melton and Nate Collins.

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General manager Phil Emery issued a draft mission statement that the Bears would weight their draft heavily toward the defensive side of the ball.

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