PODCAST: What Bears learned from tough end to worse season

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John Fox said he wants his entire staff to return. (AP)

In the latest episode of Halas Intrigue, the Sun-Times’ Patrick Finley examines what the Bears learned from their ugly finale to a 3-13 season:

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