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Bears Bites: What Will Ka'Deem Carey Bring to the Bears?

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    TUCSON, AZ - NOVEMBER 23: Running back Ka'Deem Carey #25 of the Arizona Wildcats rushes the football against the Oregon Ducks during the college football game at Arizona Stadium on November 23, 2013 in Tucson, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

    In this Friday edition of Bears Bites, we take a look at one Chicago Bears rookie who could have a big impact on the team next season, what the biggest key to success for the Bears is in 2014, and one former member of the Green Bay Packers who’s worried about a frosty reception when he returns to Lambeau Field this season.

    • We start out with running back Ka’Deem Carey, who is looking to help out Matt Forte with some of the workload this year. We gave our report on what we think he’ll bring to the table for the Bears, and our friend Dan Durkin also weighed in with his thoughts. [CBS Chicago]
    • Donovan McNabb may be skeptical of Cutler’s prowess and worthiness of his new seven-year contract, but as Michael C. Wright writes, Cutler is truthfully the key to success for the Bears next season. [ESPN Chicago]
    • What did Bears rookie safety Brock Vereen learn at the NFL's rookie symposium? He answered that question for Peter King's website, and it's definitely worth a read. [The MMQB]
    • The Bears are a team that has a Super Bowl window that’s open right now, but it may not be for long, so they need to take full advantage. [Chicago Tribune]
    • Matt Eurich checks in with a look at some NFL rosters, and names five undrafted free agents that could have a big impact on their teams in the coming season. [Bleacher Report]
    • Would Packers fans actually boo Brett Favre if he came back to Lambeau Field for a jersey retirement ceremony? Apparently there’s some concern among team brass that fans would, and that is what is putting the process of enshrining the quarterback’s number among the team’s retired digits. [Shutdown Corner]