Bears Offseason 2012: Sports Illustrated Looks At Where Chicago Stands Heading Into Season

The Chicago Bears had an eventful offseason, hiring new GM Phil Emery, who traded for wide receiver Brandon Marshall, signed running back Michael Bush and completed his first draft class. But the Bears have plenty of questions heading into the 2012 season, and SI.com is asking a few of them in their Bears offseason breakdown.

At the top of the ledger is whether the protracted contract negotiation with Matt Forte will resolve itself. SI also discusses if the Bears offensive line, which has underperformed for years but was not addressed via free agency or the draft, can play better, and if the career of Brian Urlacher is beginning to wind down

Stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago for more information, and for in-depth analysis on the Chicago Bears, be sure to visit Windy City Gridiron. And drop by SB Nation's NFL news hub for more updates and commentary from around the league.


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