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Inside The Huddle: Bears receiver Eddie Royal (0:29)
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Jay Culter: Wife's remarks out of context

In response to comments made by Cutler's wife, actress Kristin Cavallari, who said in an interview with Elle Magazine recently that "Chicago's just not home," the Bears QB said her remarks were taken out of context. "We have a house in Chicago. Our roots are in Chicago," Cutler said at a QB camp at the University of Michigan on Saturday. "We love being there."

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So far, so good for Bears' 3-4 transition

After more than a decade in a Cover-2 scheme, the Bears' transition to a 3-4 defense under John Fox and Vic Fangio wasn't expected to go smoothly, but early signs are promising. Jared Allen -- who has been a 4-3 end his entire career -- has looked comfortable standing up at OLB. Clayton: 10 things we learned from OTAs

Bears: Jeff Dickerson assigns letter grade to team's offseason; identifies best (Rolle) and riskiest (McDonald) moves

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Forte to see fewer touches?

Matt Forte's excellent 2014 season included a whopping 103 receptions for 808 yards and four touchdowns. But even if his rushing production (266 carries, 1,038 yards and six TDs) increases this year, Forte's catches may plummet in new offensive coordinator Adam Gase's scheme. Berry: 100 fantasy facts

Bears: Jeff Dickerson on the rookies who could start this season, including DT Eddie Goldman and C Hroniss Grasu

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