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What We Learned: Defensive 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. Peppers is as good as advertised from a pure talent perspective Since Bears fans have gotten used to seeing Alex Brown and Adewale Ogunleye at defensive end the last few years, plus Mark Anderson hasn't done much of anything since his rookie season in 2006, the presence of Julius Peppers will be impossible to miss. Not only is Peppers incredibly gifted in terms of raw skills, but he is also a...

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