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Brad Biggs: Bears escape free agency's middle ground, which bodes well for roster growth

Looking at Ryan Pace's track record since becoming Bears general manager in 2015, he seems to have figured out not to get caught in the middle.

One approach to free agency is that when you're shopping for players, you better be doing it at the high end or the very low end because unless you're bargain shopping, you're paying through the nose. Pace has learned that lesson the hard way through many of the team's moves in the previous three years and has emerged with what

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