NFL Nation Buzz: Chicago Bears

Jeff Dickerson reports on the recent strides Jay Cutler has made leading up to training camp.

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Grantland: The six biggest NFL training camp questions

The biggest reconstruction job in football might be Vic Fangio turning the Bears' Cover-2 defense into his aggressive 3-4 unit. How will the former Niners coordinator deploy an imperfect collection of players?

Pace: I want to make sure we're not gun-shy (0:38)

Jared Allen looking to 'bust some heads'

From Jeff Dickerson at Bears camp: "Jared Allen is 'ready to bust some heads' after a disappointing 2014 season. Allen is embracing the switch from defensive end to linebacker, something Allen admits he would not have done three years ago."

Cutler seeking Super Bowl, not Pro Bowl

From ESPN's Jeff Dickerson at Bears camp: "Jay Cutler begins training camp with his third different head coach and fifth different offensive coordinator since 2009. Cutler tells the media that head coach John Fox "wants players who want to win Super Bowls, not players interested in making Pro Bowls." Cutler has one career playoff appearance in nine NFL seasons."

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Dickerson: Cutler at crossroads of career

ESPN NFL Nation Bears reporter Jeff Dickerson chats with Prim Siripipat and Sarah Spain about the storylines facing Chicago as training camp approaches including why Jay Cutler is at the crossroads of his career.

Jay Cutler making strides heading into training camp (1:27)
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