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Bears 2012 Positional Review: Safety

S Major Wright (Jonathan Daniel/Getty)

In the first of our 10-part series looking back at the 2012 Chicago Bears, we break down the play of the team's safeties, a position that featured a number of inexperienced players.

The Chicago Bears came into the 2012 season ready to let loose a pair of young safeties – third-year player Major Wright and second-year player Chris Conte – as the club's starters. The duo started five games together in 2011 and it was expected they could both grow together and raise their levels of consistency. Chicago selected Brandon Hardin in the third round of this year's draft to push both...

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