Versatile Randle El prime target for BearsThe Bears will not be big players in free agency, but that doesn't mean they won't play."We have 'wants,'" pro personnel director Bobby DePaul said Wednesday. "We don't have super 'needs.' That's a good place to be in."Talk around this year's Senior Bowl practice week is that the Bears' first priority will be Pittsburgh wide receiver and premier returner Antwaan Randle El when free agency begins in March. Randle El, from Thornton High School in Harvey by way of Indiana University, has averaged 40 catches for 12.4 yards and 42 punt returns for 9.5 yards during his four seasons with the Steelers.Randle El also would give the Bears a third-string quarterback on game days without using the active roster spot. His play in the Steelers' playoff run will drive up the price, but the Bears are in excellent salary-cap shape and have not shied from making decisive, big-money moves the last three off-seasons.The Bears also want another speed receiver to fortify a position that has Bernard Berrian and Mark Bradley, both of whom missed time with injuries in 2005.Informal predictions for the Bears' first draft choice, the 25th pick, are divided evenly between tight end, cornerback and safety, followed by linebacker. Desmond Clark became the seventh Bear named to the Pro Bowl on Wednesday, but the impact of tight ends Heath Miller of Pittsburgh and Jerramy Stevens of Seattle in the postseason have highlighted the role of the position in a top offense.Cornerback has become an increased need with seven-year veteran Jerry Azumah not expected back because of an arthritic hip that hampered him this season.The knee injury of fast-rising safety Brandon McGowan, coupled with Mike Brown finishing his second straight season on the bench with an injury, is forcing the Bears to take a serious look at the future at that position too."A late-season injury affects the next season," DePaul said. "[McGowan] is going to miss all of the off-season, and where is he going to be in training camp? Those injuries are tough."As they fill spots on the depth chart, the Bears are being guided by a refined philosophy of competition for starting jobs that took root last season and is expected to reach to every position, including quarterback.The situation of cornerback Nathan Vasher, going to the Pro Bowl, is the role model. When Azumah went down in training camp, Vasher took the job and secured it with his play."When he went in," DePaul said, "he wasn't coming out."Quarterback Rex Grossman may be the starter, but "we're going to have competition at the quarterback position," DePaul said."If you know Kyle Orton, he's going to do everything he can to put himself in position to win that job. You have to believe that. Even though it is stacked the way it is, you have to believe the competitiveness of Orton is going to be there."The next time this guy goes in, in his mind, he ain't coming out. Every player knows the pecking order, but he knows he's one play away, and in his mind, he's competing."