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John Fox, Bears enter final week before expected change

While embattled coach John Fox steers the Bears to the finish line of another last-place, double-digit-loss season, the significance of impending organizational change dwarfs the formality of Sunday's finale against the Vikings.

Fox's job is to maintain focus on four quarters of football in Minneapolis, and the veteran coach is

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