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Bears 2012 Positional Review: Offensive Line

T Gabe Carimi (Matthew Emmons/USA TODAY)

In the ninth of our 10-part series looking back at the 2012 Chicago Bears, we break down the play of the team's offensive line, a unit currently in a state of considerable disarray.

In his first season as general manager of the Chicago Bears, GM Phil Emery chose not to address the team's needs along the offensive line. He did not draft a lineman and signed just Chilo Rachal in free agency – a player who left the team midseason after being taken out of the starting lineup. Emery believed the return of Gabe Carimi and Chris Williams would be the boost the front five needed...

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