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Emery addresses possible switch to 3-4

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GM Phil Emery talks about whether or not he see the Chicago Bears changing defensive schemes, and if a switch from a 4-3 to 3-4 defense would benefit the organization in the long run.

Before being hired as general manager of the Chicago Bears, Phil Emery was the director of player personnel for the Kansas City Chiefs – an organization that runs a 3-4 defense. Throughout the history of the organization, the Bears have run a 4-3 scheme. Never once has the team lined up in a traditional 3-4 set. Yet, when Emery took over, the rumblings began about whether the team would switch to...

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