Dan Durkin has been a football writer for CBSChicago.com since 2011, when he joined the company after finishing runner-up in the Pepsi Max Score Search. He was CBSChicago.com’s lead Bears reporter in 2014 and now serves as an NFL columnist. He’s a graduate of the University of Illinois, where he was a member of the men’s football team (despite his best efforts to join the women’s team). You can follow Dan on Twitter @djdurkin.
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Proposals to review penalties are on the docket for the NFL Competition Committee.
Fowler is near the top of a talented group of edge rushers.
The Bears have a big need at safety, but this year’s draft crop is thin on top-level talent.
Even small details like play-calls and huddling will be adjustments for the top QB prospects.
There are a handful of second-round talents the Bears will evaluate.
The Bears’ transition from a 4-3 to a 3-4 defense has officially started.
The 2015 draft class is loaded with talent at the edge rusher position.
“I definitely love Chicago, but I definitely understand it’s a business,” Marshall said.
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With Matt Forte heading into the final year of his deal, the Bears must address their future plans at running back.
The discussion can no longer be about Jay Cutler’s physical talents. It’s about production.
The Bears’ receiving core has talent, but a different mix of skills is needed to diversify the attack.
All five starters are set to return this fall, but is Kyle Long better suited at tackle?
Critical decisions loom for the Bears’ personnel department as they reconfigure the front.
Chicago needs to find a linebacker who’s a dangerous edge rusher.
In a three-receiver league, the Bears need more talent at the cornerback position.
Veteran kicker Jay Feely offered some strong thoughts about Marc Trestman and Jay Cutler.