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David Haugh: If Ryan Pace truly operates with no regrets, the Bears will dump Cody Parkey and avoid Kareem Hunt

CHICAGO - As Bears general manager Ryan Pace patiently answered questions for 45 minutes Monday at Halas Hall, coach Matt Nagy pensively stewed, his body in front of the Chicago media but his mind still somewhere between Cody Parkey's first and second doink.

Nagy can forget playing poker with that face, which looked sternest when sharing his opinion of Parkey visiting NBC's "Today" show Friday - five days after he missed a 43-yard field goal against the Eagles to end a Bears season that still could be going. Still should be going,

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