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Bears 2012 Positional Review: Tight End

In the sixth of our 10-part series looking back at the 2012 Chicago Bears, we break down the play of the team's tight ends, a position that must be addressed this offseason.

One of the worst decisions by former Chicago Bears general manager Jerry Angelo was trading away tight end Greg Olson, a former first rounder that was one of Jay Cutler's favorite targets. Olsen was traded because he didn't fit the system of former coordinator Mike Martz – a system everyone knew wouldn't last in Chicago. As expected, Martz left the team a year later, leaving the offense with no...

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