The Bears Den: April 14, 2011

...where If Mr.McMurphy doesn't want to take his medication orally, I'm sure we can arrange that he can have it some other way.

Bears could benefit from head start to training camp - Chicago Breaking Sports Brad Biggs: The preseason opponents have been announced and the Chicago Bears know their first game is set for Aug. 7 at Fawcett Stadium in Canton, Ohio, provided the NFL labor stalemate is resolved.

Casserly: Maybe OT isn't Bears biggest need, after all - Inside the Bears Sean Jensen: The NFL Network's Charley Casserly said the Bears may not be as interested in using a first-round pick to better protect quarterback Jay Cutler as many people assume.

Bears youth camps set to start in June | A generation after his father helped build a Bears championship team, Tom Finks is focused on teaching the next generation of football stars.

Jay Cutler hosting charity dinner in his hometown - Inside the Bears The May 14 evening event will feature Grammy nominated country singer David Nail at Santa's Lodge in Cutler's hometown.

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NFL's rookie pitch: divert 300M from 1st rounders - Chicago Breaking Sports The NFL's proposal to the players for a rookie compensation system would divert about $300 million a year from first-round draft picks' contracts to veterans and player benefits.

Cheerio! 5 London Sights the Bears Must See | NBC Chicago | Grizzly Detail Maggie Hendricks: What should Lovie and the Gang do while in England?

Bears draft positional analysis: Tackles - Chicago Bears Blog - ESPN Chicago Michael Wright continues to preview the draft with a look at the tackles.

ChatWrap: Valuing the Bears' spot at No. 29 - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: What the Bears can get for the 29th pick.

NFL owners warned not to take mediation lightly - NFL - Yahoo! Sports Jason Cole: The league has been instructed to have its "decision makers" in attendance when talks resume with the players.

Two-round mock draft | National Football Post Wes Bunting: With about two weeks to go until the 2011 NFL Draft, the NFP releases its newest mock draft of the season.

Draft 2011: NFL Mock 4.0 - NFL Draft Preview - The NFL draft is just over two weeks away, and a consensus is forming for the top three picks.

2011 NFL Mock Draft 5.0 - Don Banks - Everyone knows the NFL is a quarterbacks league, but maybe never more so than in 2011.

Courtroom football: mediation phase | National Football Post Andrew Brandt: Prospects of progress; Smith joins counsel. - Free-agent aces in the hole PFW executive editor Dan Arkush offers a position-by-position look at the top unrestricted free agents at whatever point this year's market officially opens for business.

Arresting developments: NFL - Sporting News Vinnie Iyer: Just in case you missed anything on the blotter, here's a chronological police roundup to help you catch up.

Jay Cutler, dinner, Santa's Lodge and this guy:

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