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Bears Bites: NFL Announces Start of Offseason Conditioning Program

The Bears also cut Anthony Walters from the roster



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    In this edition of Bears Bites, we take a look at some of the stories from the past week that may have slipped under the radar. Whether it was the sixth-anniversary of Jay Cutler’s acquisition from Denver or the team’s release of one of their safeties, we have you covered with this group of stories.

    - We start out with the Cutler anniversary, and our pals at Windy City Gridiron take us down memory lane with some gems from their comment section from the day the team acquired him. [Windy City Gridiron]

    - For those curious about when the Bears will begin their offseason conditioning program, the NFL has officially set a date: April 13. [ESPN Chicago]

    - The Bears now have three safeties on their roster after the team released Anthony Walters on Thursday. [Pro Football Talk]

    - Should the Bears sign wide receiver Alshon Jeffery to a contract extension? Matt Eurich explores that question. [Bleacher Report]

    - Interested in what new Bears cornerback Alan Ball brings to the table? Jeremy Stoltz takes a look in this extensive All-22 breakdown. [Bear Report]

    - According to a new mock draft from Sports Illustrated, the Bears will take linebacker Vic Beasley with the number seven overall pick. [Chicago Sun-Times]

    - Finally, do you want to win two tickets to all 16 Bears games this season? Then all you have to do is accurately predict how their schedule will shake out when the NFL finishes putting together their slate of games for the 2015 season. []

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