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Bears head to Indy for NFL Combine New general manager Phil Emery led a contingent of about 40 Bears staffers down Interstate 65 to Indianapolis Wednesday for the NFL Scouting Combine.

NFL scouting combine hot spot for working on free agent deals too Biggs: The Bears need to determine how they want to handle their own free agents, deals that can get done before the March 13 opening of the NFL's shopping season.

New Bears GM Phil Emery will be at home at combine Jensen: A college scouting director in eight of his last nine seasons, Emery’s role will be vastly heightened this week.

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Dan Pompei's Bears mailbag.com The Tribune's Bears columnist looks at the Bears' interest in Mario Williams, and what it might take to sign Brandon Carr. Pro scout Wilson expected to leave Bears for Rams job.

Bears had NFL's worst O-line? Moon: Pro Football Focus, the highly respected NFL stats compilers and interpreters, present an interesting head-shaker regarding the Bears. O-Line Performance: Toward Fair Evaluation

Draftniks delight: New PFW guide gets very specific John 'Moon' Mullin is getting ready for the NFL draft and takes a look at Pro Football Weekly's draft guide, getting specific details on who the Bears could select at wide receiver. Who should they select?

NFC North combine primer Kevin Seifert has a few important NFC North story lines to follow.

Five things at the NFL Combine you won’t see on TV Bechta: Indianapolis has turned into a convention-like atmosphere during the Combine. Combine Confidential

2012 Scouting Combine Preview Inside the NFL's Tony Pauline tells us who to keep an eye on.

Biggs: Bears Have All The Money To Get Top WR ?WSCR: With a projected $25 million in cap space, the Bears will have plenty of money to upgrade at key positions -- like wide receiver.

Ranking the 2012 Free Agents: Running Backs Nathan Jahnke details the top free agent RB's in the 2012 offseason.

Free-agent scouting report: Bears RB Matt Forte Parr: The Bears have indicated that they will do whatever it takes to keep RB Matt Forte in the fold, even if it means applying the franchise tag.

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