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NFL Free Agency: Chicago Bears release Julius Peppers

The beginning of the NFL Free Agency period has been an active one for the Chicago Bears. They have made steps to improve their defense with a few early signings. They have also released a veteran. The team announced Tuesday that they would release defensive end Julius Peppers. The move will save the Bears $9.8M in cap space this season. The Bears signed Peppers in 2010 and he was an immediate factor. Last ...

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NFL Free Agency 2014: LIVE Chicago Bears Blog

NFL Free Agency is here!! It's already shaping up to be an exciting one. The Bears have holes to fill on their defense and could use the free agency period as the first step in fixing them. Stick with us all day as we update the latest involving the Chicago Bears. You can also join in by visiting our very active Bears section on our Message Board. As always, follow us on Twitter. Tuesday, March 11 9:30 - Ad ...

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NFL Free Agency: Bears sign Safety Ryan Mundy

  According to Brad Biggs, the Bears have signed safety Ryan Mundy to a 2-year deal. The 29-year old safety spent last season with the New York Giants as he recorded 50 tackles, 1 sack and an INT in 16 games played. The Bears were known to be in the market for a safety this off-season with their struggles last season. Mundy will be in the mix to compete for a starting job. ...

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2014 Chicago Bears Mock Off Season

With Free Agency just over five days away, each fan base dreams of what their team(s) will accomplish this off season. The salary cap jumped up exactly $10 million from a year ago, with that comes more cash to spend. While the Chicago Bears appear to be strapped for space, there are many ways the team can create extra space. As of right now, the team currently projected to have right around $9.36 million to ...

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Chicago Bears 2014 Cap Breakdown

    Yesterday, ESPN's Adam Schefter announced that the NFL will raise it's 2014 salary cap 5 percent. This means that the cap will move from a touch over $126 million to $130 million. The cap rise will help cap strapped teams such as the Dallas Cowboys and the New Orleans Saints but it will also help the Chicago Bears. The extra $4 million in space may raise asking prices from the initial Free Agent ru ...

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Sources: Bulls interested in D.J. Augustin

Veteran point guard DJ Augustin will be available via free agency after he clears waivers at 5 p.m. ET today. Augustin was released by the Toronto Raptors Monday and has gained interest from the Chicago Bulls. According to reports by Yahoo Sports Adrian Wojnarowski, the Bulls are the front-runners to sign the 5th year man out of Texas. Augustin would help fill the void at the point guard position which lack ...

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Blackhawks Need to Add Forwards

The Chicago Blackhawks are set at the defenseman and goaltender positions, but they are short a few forwards. The Blackhawks traded away Michael Frolik (Winnipeg Jets) and Dave Bolland (Toronto Maple Leafs). Meanwhile, Viktor Stalberg signed with the Nashville Predators. Also, Jamal Mayers may very well retire. So that leaves the Blackhawks with only 12 forwards signed for next season when 14 would be allow ...

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Chicago Bulls: Six Free Agents That Could Bolster Their Bench

With the clock passing 12:01 AM ET, NBA Free Agency has officially begun. The Chicago Bulls have no salary cap room to sign players with, only the luxury-tax version of the Mid-Level Exception, which is set at approximately $3 million. That being said, the chances of Chicago using the exception still aren't high, and the roster will likely be filled out using minimum salaried players. Here are six value fre ...

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Bulls Show 46: Offseason Chatter with K.C. Johnson

We are back with the first episode in over a month and we've brought along special guest KC Johnson of the Chicago Tribune. We run the gamut of offseason topics - from free agency to the draft to of course, Derrick Rose. If you're missing the Bulls (or just want to cure your hangover from celebrating the Blackhawks Stanley Cup victory last night), we got you covered. It's never too early to start thinking a ...

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Like it or not: The Bears are addressing their needs

The 2013 offseason has been a very critical one for the Chicago Bears.  While the NFC North looks to be getting tougher by the year, each offseason move is important for the franchise. The offseason started with the firing of head coach Lovie Smith after nine seasons with the Bears. It continued with the team discovering the key needs on both offense and defense, and featured a little bit of criticism with ...

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