John Crist: There's been a lot of additions at the skill positions for this offense, like drafting Greg Olsen and bringing Devin Hester over. Is anybody worried that there won't be enough footballs to go around?
Jason McKie: No, I don't think so. I think we definitely have that team atmosphere on offense. Nobody's out there playing for themselves. All the additions that we brought on offense (are) just to help us get over that hump and hopefully win the Super Bowl this year. I'm glad we added them guys. I'm glad we added that speed because that opens things up for a lot of other guys. So I think everybody's just happy just to get back out here and get to work.
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Everybody is talking about the changes on offense for the Bears, from Cedric Benson finally getting the starting gig to the drafting of Greg Olsen to Devin Hester joining the mix. But fullback Jason McKie ingores all that and goes about his business. McKie spent some time with BearReport.com after Day 2 of mini camp practice at Halas Hall, and subscribers can listen to that interview right here.
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