Dowell Loggains couldn’t offer any definitive conclusions about the future of the Bears offense Friday. How could he have?

It was merely the first day of a three-day rookie minicamp at Halas Hall. The regular season is almost four months away. And Loggains, promoted from quarterbacks coach to offensive coordinator in January, won’t get his first chance to blend his veterans and rookies on a practice field until organized team activities begin May 24.

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