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Minicamp Minute: Players to Watch

The Chicago Bears will all be back at Halas Hall for the first time since a crushing loss to end the 2008 regular season. There are myriad players that need to be watched closely during the three-day veteran minicamp, but these five youngsters are at the top of Bear Report's list. Who are they?

Nathan Vasher The Monsters of the Midway were ranked just 30th in the league this past season defending the pass, and Vasher, a former Pro Bowler, may be the biggest question mark of all the defensive backs right now. Since signing a five-year, $28 million contract extension in the summer of 2007, Vasher has played in only 12 of 32 games because of various injuries. And even when he was...

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