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The Bears gave Pro Bowl special-teams player Corey Graham a look at safety at practice. (Chicago Tribune)
Jay Cutler is one of the top 30 players under the age of 30 in the NFC North. (Chicago Sun-Times)
The core of the team will stay intact for 2012. (ESPN Chicago)
That means the Bears are expected to take care of Lance Briggs' contract extension demands. (CSN Chicago)
Here's how Chicago can avoid starting over next season. (ESPN Chicago)
Kyle Orton sued a Chicago law firm for lost tax benefits. (Chicago Tribune)
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