The Bears Den: April 20, 2011

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...where a guy don't need no sense to be a nice fella'.

Tim Ruskell Feature: ChicagoBears.com Director of Player Personnel preaches toughness. Get back, Jo Jo.

Amukamara an all-around cornerback | ChicagoBears.com Nebraska's Prince Amukamara is a skilled all-around cornerback who should excel at the next level against both the pass and the run.

Ingram expected to be first back drafted | ChicagoBears.com Pat Kirwan: There is a growing sentiment that if Mark Ingram isn't selected by the Dolphins at the No. 15 spot, then we might see a draft with no running backs in the first round.

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Bears open vs. Atlanta; host Packers Week 3 | CSNChicago.com John "Moon" Mullin: The NFL announced its 2011 schedule Tuesday with the Bears opening at Soldier Field vs. the Atlanta Falcons in Week 1.

King thinks Bears will draft Sherrod | ChicagoBears.com In Sports Illustrated's NFL Draft Preview, Peter King predicts that the Bears will select Mississippi State tackle Derek Sherrod with the 29th pick.

Will Bears trade up to draft Castonzo? |ChicagoBears.com Larry discusses the likelihood of the Bears trading up to draft Anthony Castonzo, the chances of the Bears signing Vernon Gholston and if all five Chicago pro teams have made the playoffs in the same year.

Von Miller could be best prospect in NFL draft - chicagotribune.com Dan Pompei: Texas A&M pass rusher leads field at outside linebacker.

View From the Moon: Draft trackin... | CSNChicago.com View From the Moon: Some people project the Bears to go with a need-based approach at the NFL Draft next week. Others have Chicago going with the best player overall. So who will they choose?

Top Five Games on Bears Schedule | NBC Chicago | Grizzly Detail Maggie Hendricks: The schedule is out. Here are the games to circle on your calendar.

Bears '11 schedule: Week-by-week picks - Chicago Bears Blog - ESPN Chicago Jeff Dickerson and Michael Wright break down the Bears' 2011 schedule.

Chicago Bears schedule analysis - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: Bears play three of their first four games, and four of their first six, at home -- when the turf is conceivably in the best condition of the year.

NFL.com news: Schedules should allow Bears, Pats to jump out of gates fast Vic Carucci: The NFL schedule makers appear to have provided each team with a reasonably good opportunity to start the 2011 season in strong fashion.

Ten best/worst games of '11 schedule - NFL - Yahoo! Sports Jason Cole: Two top ten games involve the Bears.

10 must-see matchups on the 2011 NFL schedule | National Football Post Joe Fortenbaugh: Cutler returns to Denver, Manning vs. Brady and more!

In improving O-line, Bears need inside help - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: Fixing the Bears' offensive line will be a two-part process.

Better than his brother? Mike Pouncey set for sibling rivalry - USATODAY.com Nate Davis is doing a position-by-position preview of the NFL draft class. Teams in need of interior lineman does not include the Bears.

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