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Bears front-office shuffle continues

Phil Emery (Reid Compton/USA TODAY)

The Bears have made some significant changes to front-office personnel since draft's end. Is this normal change or, considering the timing, does this indicates something more serious?

With every professional sports organization, change is inevitable. From the players on the field to the folks in the front office, no franchise's personnel stays exactly the same from season to season. This is the same for the Chicago Bears, who have seen multiple changes within its scouting department over the past five days. Last Friday, Chris Ballard, the team's pro personnel director... Recommended Stories

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