Brad Biggs: Ryan Pace views the Chicago Bears roster as a halfway-complete puzzle. Sure, they have made changes, but it’s difficult to make a case they are better.

The Chicago Bears spent the first three weeks of the new league year becoming different, but at this point it’s difficult to make a case they’ve gotten better. General manager Ryan Pace said he views the offseason puzzle as halfway complete — and that leaves room for improvement. With less than four weeks until the NFL draft, it remains to be seen whether that means finding strong rookies with the team’s eight picks, adding a few more modestly priced players in what is a suppressed free-agent market or taking another swing at a long-shot trade for Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. T…

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