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ICYMI: Bears news from last week

With the Bears concluding their offseason program after a three-day minicamp last week, there were a lot of developments at Halas Hall. The following is a recap in case you missed anything:

Monday, June 15
Bears congratulate Hawks on Cup win

Bears players took to Twitter to congratulate the Chicago Blackhawks on winning their third Stanley Cup championship in six seasons.
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Tuesday, June 16
Bennett rejoins teammates at minicamp

After sitting out the entire voluntary portion of the Bears' offseason program, tight end Martellus Bennett returned to Halas Hall to participate in the team's mandatory minicamp.
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Wednesday, June 17
Bears offense headed in right direction

Jay Cutler told reporters that he's pleased with the progress the Bears have made learning their new offense, but the veteran quarterback knows that the unit still has miles to go.
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Wednesday, June 17
McPhee tabbed 'steal of free agency'

NFL Network analyst Michael Robinson seemingly is a big fan of Pernell McPhee, predicting that the Bears' outside linebacker will be "the steal of free agency this year."
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Thursday, June 18
Cutler confident in Jeffery stepping up

With Brandon Marshall gone, there's no doubt in quarterback Jay Cutler's mind that Alshon Jeffery can become the Bears' No. 1 receiver.
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Thursday, June 18
Jenkins working on pass rush skills

Known more for his ability to stuff the run than rush the passer, new Bears defensive end Jarvis Jenkins expressed a desire to become a more complete player.
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Thursday, June 18
Bears ink veterans Martin, Thomas

The Bears signed two veterans who participated in this week's minicamp on a tryout basis, safety Sherrod Martin and running back Daniel Thomas.
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Friday, June 19
Fox happy with progress Bears making

Coach John Fox was pleased with what the Bears accomplished in their offseason program, which ended after a third and final mandatory minicamp practice.
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