2012 Chicago Bears: 3 Weakest Positions Heading into Training Camp

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2012 Chicago Bears: 3 Weakest Positions Heading into Training Camp
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In Phil Emery's first offseason as Bears general manager, he has gone out and gotten quarterback Jay Cutler new weapons on offense (Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jeffery, and Michael Bush) as well as improving both the cornerback position (Kelvin Hayden) and special teams (Eric Weems and Blake Costanzo).

Despite Emery's improvements there are still major weaknesses on a team that is expecting to not only contend for the division but also for a Super Bowl.

Here are the Chicago Bears three weakest positions heading in to this summer's training camp.

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