The Bears Den: July 21, 2010

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On this date in 1873, Jesse James pulled off the first train robbery in the US in Adair, IA.

Bob Babich sits down with Larry Mayer and talks about the LBs for 2010.

Brad Biggs breaks down the DE position in his ongoing series.

John Clayton gets into the NFC North mix with a training camp preview.

Jeff Dickerson answers questions, including "Wolfe, or Bell?".

Here's a chance to meet Da Coach tomorrow if you're in the neighborhood.

George McCaskey, Chris Williams, and other Bears play wheelchair football.

Marvin Lewis going all "Leave Brittney alone" but with Cedric Benson.

Chicago Rush QB out for the rest of the season with a broken rib.

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