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Contract issues won't keep Matt Forte away from Bears training camp

Matt Forte's eyes remain wide open. The veteran running back knows his days with the Bears might be numbered, his current contract set to expire next March. But Forte, at 29 and entering his eighth season, also has been around long and is savvy enough to handle his predicament.

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