The Bears Den: April 14, 2010

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...where our pipe dream of having a Cutler to Marshall reunion got put to rest.

Dave Toub spent time in Italy recently, and helped coach a football team with one of his former players

Brad Biggs takes a comprehensive look at Drafts since Lovie Smith came to Chicago.  Don't miss this one.

Dan Pompei writes about how Pisa Tinoisamoa makes the Bears LB corp among the best in the NFL.

Julius Peppers thinks the entire Bears defensive unit could be among the best in the NFL.

Brandon Marshall is headed to the Miami Dolphins for two 2nd round draft picks, per Adam Shefter.

Get Twitterized, WCG-style!

Agent Drew Rosenhaus says that Ogunleye still has quality years left and won't settle for just any offer.

Former Bears RB Thomas Jones not worried about numbers in KC as much as helping them to win.

So, what's the deal with the release of the 2010 schedule?

The most recent version of one of my favorite Team Reports, straight from USA Today.

A list of players who will be at this year's Bears Expo... will you be there?

Tommie Harris sounds off on his expectations for the upcoming season.

And finally, Daily Norseman has a piece up about the Bears... head over and see what you think.

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