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SAN FRANCISCO -- We're back this week with the old crew in our old haunt, and thanks to the California basketball team, we have some more uniforms to break down. What's good, what's bad and what's ugly about the new Bears hoops duds? What will recruits think? Slightly less important: What do we think?
READ MORE ABOUT THE NEW UNIFORMS HERE
In our second half-hour, we talk some current events. Four-star linebacker recruit Dwight Williams has put out his own smartphone app for both Apple products and Android. Is that going too far? Is it revolutionary? Is it ridiculous? Talk about it in our forums.
Finally, we discuss the draft prospects for several former Bears, starting with potential first-rounder Keenan Allen and offensive lineman Brian Schwenke.
Which players are a bit overrated? Who deserves a little more love? Don't forget to check out Scout.com's NFL Draft Central, with chats, mock drafts and more!
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