Which 2011 Bears Aren’t With the Team in 2012

Though the Bears have picked up Brandon Marshall, Jason Campbell and others, they have also lost key players. See who won't be on the team in 2012.

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Corey Graham made the Pro Bowl as a special teamer and excelled as a back-up in the secondary. He signed with the Baltimore Ravens.
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Caleb Hanie disappointed when he was given a chance to start after Jay Cutler broke his thumb. He'll now back up Peyton Manning in Denver.
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Zack Bowman was the odd man out after the Bears re-signed Tim Jennings. He stayed in the division and will now play for the Minnesota Vikings.
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Though he served as a reliable No. 2 running back for most the season, Marion Barber's time with the Bears will be remembered for mental errors in Chicago's loss to Denver. After seven seasons, he decided to retire.
An injury-filled season spelled the end for Anthony Adams, who was released. The popular player has not yet signed anywhere else.
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Frank Omiyale struggled as an offensive lineman for the Bears and was released. The Seattle Seahawks signed him.
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Offensive coordinator Mike Martz parted with the team days after the end of the 2011 season, citing different philosophies with head coach Lovie Smith. After exploring other coaching positions, he decided to retire.
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Jerry Angelo was fired from the position of general manager after the Bears season took a nosedive when Jay Cutler's thumb was broken. Phil Emery took his spot.
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