Bears Beat: Chicago’s impact on Super Bowl 50

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Jared Allen was traded by the Bears to the Panthers for a sixth-round pick. (Getty Images)

SAN JOSE, Calif. —The Chicago Sun-Times’ Patrick Finley and Mark Potash discuss the Bears’ impact on this year’s Super Bowl, starting with the Panthers’ Jared Allen and Charles Tillman:

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