The Bears Den - 7/20/09

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....where the only thing we appreciate from Michigan is....nothing.

In The Den

BoDog

This prediction places the Bears at 11-5 for the 2009 campaign.

Chicago Sun-Times

Brad Biggs discusses another Joyner chat and the cornerbacks.

The Bears extended their agreement with Olivet Nazarene through 2010.

Brad Biggs details the pass rushers and, more importantly, how expensive the good ones are.

Biggs also delves into Super Bowl winners who won with a Pro Bowl WR.

Chicago Tribune

Brad Childress believes Brett Favre's motion looks fine to him. Then again, Captain Aloof wouldn't know what a good throwing motion looks like.

The father of the accused gun seller in the Steve McNair case speaks out.

Jared Allen is annoyed with Brett Favre's antics.

ESPN

John Lynch says "buyer beware" on Brandon Marshall.

ESPN Chicago

Darren Woodson spoke with Jeff Dickerson and David Haugh on the Bears secondary.

Would the UFL survive in Chicago? Dickerson isn't so sure.

Mike Lombardi thinks the Bears defense is the problem this year. Thanks, Mike!

Jeff Dickerson discusses the future of ex-Bear Ian Scott.

Minneapolis Star Tribune

The Vikings' single-game seats are not available for the Packers and Bears games. Way to cut yourself short on money, genius.

WBAY

Donald Driver defended his comments about the Bears' receivers.

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