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Around the NFC North, Pro Bowl Week: Bears Make Improvements To Coaching Staff

Adam Gase will continue to coach offense in the NFL, but he will now do so in Chicago, not Denver.

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In an unfortunate turn of events, the Green Bay Packers joined their division foes this week in preparations for the 2015 NFL Draft and other offseason events. The Packers haven't had much offseason traction yet compared to the others besides quarterbacks coach Alex Van Pelt having a request from St. Louis to join their staff (which was denied by Green Bay).

Meanwhile, there's been plenty of coaching action just south of Wisconsin in Chicago, while Minnesota and Detroit have already started diving pretty heavily into prospects for the draft.

Below are links with the latest news from around the division:


Former defensive end Kenechi Udez has returned to USC -- his alma-mater -- to join the strength and condition crew.

Captain Munnerlyn knows he needs to play better next season.

Minnesota's first draft choice, Tommy Mason, passed away this week at 75 years-old.

A look ahead at the Vikings' receiver position as we start the offseason.

Former offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave got another crack at the same job elsewhere this week.


Golden Tate was a huge acquisition for Detroit after setting new career-highs in receptions and yards. Could he top that next year? Jim Caldwell believes so.

Pride of Detroit looked at the best moments from this past season. Their Week 3 win over the Packers might be in there.

Cornerback Rashean Mathis still wants to keep playing.

Many mock drafts have the Lions addressing the defensive line early.

Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty is gaining some interest in the organization.


The Bears tabbed Adam Gase as their offensive coordinator. Another good hire considering they just brought in Vic Fangio to coach the defense.

Hub Arkush believes Fangio is the perfect guy to rebuild Chicago's defense

Here's a look at the assistants they've reached agreements with.

Wait, are their coaching moves a little too perfect?

Bears equipment manager Tony Medlin will oversee all of the footballs for the Super Bowl.