Brad Biggs: A month out from NFL free agency, there’s no need to overcomplicate Bears’ plan — it starts up front

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CHICAGO — In extolling the Chicago Bears’ decision to hire Ryan Poles as general manager a little more than a year ago, former Boston College coach Tom O’Brien explained that Poles’ background would be highlighted on the job. “Offensive linemen, they view the World in a different prism than most people do,” said O’Brien, who coached Poles at BC. “But I think it’s the right thing. If you can understand the game up front on the offensive line, you have a chance to be pretty good at football.” Experience as a college lineman isn’t required to see where the Bears’ launching point should be in free…

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