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What We Learned: Offensive OTAs

The Chicago Bears wrapped up the organized team activities (OTAs) last week, meaning we will not see them again till training camp starts up in July. What did we learn? Start with these five observations:

1. There are going to be more big plays in the passing game New offensive coordinator Mike Martz has a reputation for pushing the envelope in the passing game and looking for big plays on most every snap, and that was clearly the case throughout the offseason training program at Halas Hall. On nearly every pass play, at least one receiver was running a pattern 20-plus yards downfield, with those...

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