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Forte outperforms age, fantasy value

Chicago's Matt Forte is nearing 30, but his age has undeservedly dropped his fantasy value. Of the eight backs in front of him on ESPN's average draft position chart, only three outscored Forte last season. "No respect" team picks (Insider)

Bears hoping Jeffery and Ball return

The Bears are off Tuesday after five straight days of practice. The extra rest will hopefully allow Alshon Jeffery (shoulder) and Alan Ball (foot) to return to practice later in the week, reports Jeff Dickerson. NFL Nation: Training camp storylines

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Five questions: Sherrick McManis

Sixth-year special teams ace says the Bears are adjusting well to the new coaching staff and its no-nonsense, straightforward approach.

White recovering, but return still TBD

All eyes are on the Chicago Bears' first-round pick Kevin White, who's recovering from a shin injury. White is day-to-day and isn't expected to miss too much time, reports Jeff Dickerson. NFL Nation: Training camp storylines

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Bears sign OG Tyler Moore

The Bears signed Tyler Moore, an undrafted rookie free agent out of the University of Florida, to a three-year deal on Friday.

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White has mid-round fantasy value

Kevin White will replace Brandon Marshall for the Bears this season. The 6-foot-3 rookie receiver should put up good numbers for Chicago’s offense. Fantasy X factors

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Matt Forte Is Still A First-Round Talent

Forte might be trending toward becoming a third-down back, but that transition has only just begun. He's still extremely productive for now, and a solid first-round pick in fantasy drafts. Running back tiers (Insider)

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Bills hire ex-Bears offensive line coach Meyer

Buffalo Bills coach Rex Ryan says Pat Meyer's addition to his staff has nothing to do with offensive line coach Aaron Kromer being placed on paid leave for allegedly punching a boy in Florida.

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Durability is a concern for veteran DL Jeremiah Ratliff

BOURBONNAIS, Ill. -- The Chicago Bears' faith in veteran defensive lineman Jeremiah Ratliff comes with a disclaimer. Ratliff, who turns 34-years old in August, has not played in 16 games since 2011 with the Dallas Cowboys.

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Picks are the problem with Cutler

In Eric Karabell's fantasy quarterback rankings, he notes interceptions make the Chicago Bears' Jay Cutler a risky selection. Quarterback tiers (Insider)

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