Good morning and welcome to Bear Bites, your morning rundown of Chicago Bears news. Read on for the latest on life without Brian, who joined the Bears and Marc Trestman's vision.
- Brian Urlacher's departure means the Bears are in a bit of an identity crisis. Who will become the new face of the franchise? (Chicago Sun-Times)
- Greg Blache was Urlacher's defensive coordinator when Urlacher first came to Chicago. He said his heart bleeds for Urlacher. (Chicago Tribune)
- Free agency is still rolling on. The Bears signed ex-Chief tight end Steve Maneri. (ESPN Chicago)
- The Bears aren't the only team who will look different this season. The entire NFC North has changed considerably. (Chicago Tribune)
- Marc Trestman was brought to Chicago to make a change on offense. Here is what he sees the Bears offense looking like. (Chicago Sun-Times)
- A Bears legend passed away. Harlon Hill, a receiving great under George Halas, died at the age of 80. (Chicago Tribune)
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