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Chicago Bears' Bargain Guide to the 2014 Offseason
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The Super Bowl is in our rearview mirror, and we can now turn our complete attention to the offseason. The scouting combine is up first, followed by free agency. The Chicago Bears will take this time to develop a strategy on how they will rebuild their roster. 

One idea is to take a more feeble approach to free agency. As they sit, the Bears are strapped for cash and still have a ton of roster spots to fill. This, of course, could change with some strategic cuts and contract extensions.

The Bears need help on the defensive line, secondary and could have some holes at wide receiver and tight end. 

We have some solid bargain options for the team. Beware, none of these guys are your big names like Greg Hardy, Donte Whitner or T.J. Ward, but they are all realistic options for next season.

Click through and look at the bargain guide for the Bears this free agency season. Don't forget to share your own bargain players in the comments section.    

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