NFL Draft 2012: The Ideal First 3 Rounds for the Chicago Bears

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NFL Draft 2012: The Ideal First 3 Rounds for the Chicago Bears
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Upon the beginning of an offseason full of changes, the future is seemingly bright for the Chicago Bears. The arrival of new GM Phil Emery has already caused hope for success in 2012. Moreover, the coaching staff has been switched around to accommodate Chicago's needs.

To spice things up even more, Emery is in position to make a noticeable splash when it comes to free agency.

The market is full of names that could assist the Bears, including receivers Vincent Jackson and Marques Colston. Among the respective group of wide receivers, there's young talent to beef up offensive coordinator Mike Tice's line.

Ben Grubbs, guard from the Baltimore Ravens, would be an amazing pickup to play alongside veteran center Roberto Garza. Serviceable players in the tackle position wouldn't hurt to add depth or possibly start.

Defensively, the Bears could survive another couple years. But with Chicago's three veterans in Brian Urlacher, Julius Peppers and Lance Briggs, it's time to start looking ahead and rebuilding.

Overall, it's a joyous time for the Monsters of the Midway as of now, when it comes to looking ahead. Given that the draft is coming up where the Bears could land some potential, let's add to the excitement.

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