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Brad Biggs: Because 'every snap matters,' it's time for Bears offense to start clicking

There isn't an NFL team this offseason and summer that will have had more reps, looks and opportunities to get better than the Bears.

With the hiring of coach Matt Nagy, they were granted an extra minicamp afforded clubs making coaching changes. With the induction of Brian Urlacher into the Hall of Fame, they got not only a fifth exhibition game, but also an extra week of training camp that came with it.

Sprinkle in joint practices with the Broncos this week -

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