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Bears try to remain Positive

Chicago - Looking back on the game against the Eagles Sunday, two members of the team saw reason to be cautiously optimistic about the future.

"There have been so many changes on the offense recently but my feeling is that we are very much on the same page," Bernard Berrian said. "When adversity strikes I think that teams can fall apart or they can come together. On the Bears, there is a one for all attitude that will see us through the difficult times." Jonathan Quinn seemed to look for Berrian more than Rex Grossman, which may be a... Recommended Stories

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