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Alshon Jeffery

Rookie Jeremy Langford confident he can be Bears' No. 2 running back

BOURBONNAIS — Jeremy Langford understands the checklist. Carve out a niche on special teams. Gain a mastery of the Bears' new offense. Polish up his pass protection. Showcase his abilities as a ball carrier. That right there is the path to becoming Matt Forte's backup. So as Langford, a fourth-round pick out of Michigan State, continues progressing through his first training camp, he has channeled his focus accordingly. The Bears' backfield competition is crowded; the running back stable also includes Ka'Deem Carey, Jacquizz Rodgers, Senorise Perry and Daniel Thomas. But Langford remains confident he can win the No. 2 role. On special teams, Langford said after...