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Emery upbeat as Bears open camp

Bourbonnais : IL : USA | Jul 24, 2012 at 2:43 PM PDT
Source: Chicago Tribune
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Chicago Bears general manager Phil Emery addressed the media as his team reported to camp Tuesday, answering questions about Matt Forte, Johnny Knox, Jay Cutler and more. After some contentious negotiations, the Bears and Forte finally were able to shake hands on a new contract... FULL ARTICLE AT Chicago Tribune
 
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