The Bears Den: May 12, 2011

...where we should've bought a squirrel, but we didn't buy a squirrel. Which is why we stole the rocket car.

Marinelli can't wait to work with Paea | Larry Mayer: Rod Marinelli was already sold on Stephen Paea when the defensive coordinator saw something on the young tackle's tape that impressed him more than anything.

Which Bears players will be free agents? | Larry discusses which Bears players are due to become free agents, Garrett Wolfe's future with the Bears and who leads the all-time series between the Bears and Green Bay Packers.

Should the Bears Take a Chance on Plaxico Burress? | NBC Chicago | Grizzly Detail Maggie Hendricks: The Giants receiver gets out of prison on June 6.

Naked... jacuzzi... Pepto-Bismol... toenails... shave my buttocks...follow WCG on Twitter... - Mawae says football will be played in 2011 NFL Players Association president Kevin Mawae said Tuesday evening that he believes there will be a 2011 football season, but he is not sure when it will take place. news: Brady is influential, but somebody in his camp is not Adam Rank: Inaugural Pick Six list of the NFL's least influential people.

NFL power rankings: Packers still tops in post-draft analysis - The Green Bay Packers remained a unanimous selection for the top spot in USA TODAY postNFL draft power rankings.

Former ESPN personality Jay Mariotti charged with felony stalking and assault | L.A. NOW | Los Angeles Times Former ESPN sports personality Jay Mariotti has been charged with three felonies -– stalking, domestic violence and assault -– after he confronted his ex-girlfriend the same day a court ordered him to stay away from her, prosecutors said

NFL QB Kordell Stewart Arrested In Alpharetta - News Story - WSB Atlanta Channel 2 Action News has confirmed former NFL star Kordell Stewart was arrested Wednesday in Alpharetta.

Steve Smith weighs in on his future | National Football Post Brad Biggs: Panthers WR did not demand a trade.

Fighting for a piece of the Asomugha pie - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: If I had a dime for every time someone asked me if cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha is headed to the NFC North, well, I would have a lot of dimes. Blogs " Blog Archive A few minutes with … Cullen Jenkins " Frank Tadych: Cullen Jenkins made a recent visit to NFL Network studios in Los Angeles, sharing his thoughts on returning to the Packers, Aaron Rodgers and being shirtless at Lambeau Field: news: Orton's trade value could rise if Broncos play cards right Vic Carucci: John Elway is wisely talking up the possibility of the Denver Broncos making quarterback Kyle Orton available for trade, as he did during a recent interview on SiriusXM NFL Radio.

One agent's UFA formula | National Football Post Jack Bechta: A UFA's success may depend on it.

New rules and new friends? | National Football Post Andrew Brandt: NFL may adjust 2010 rules; NHL joins the fight.

Is The 'Stud Back' Dying? A Statistical Study Of How The Modern NFL Uses Running Backs - In this year's NFL Draft, Mark Ingram was selected with the 28th pick. It was the first time the first running back had been chosen with such a low pick. Weak class, or indicator that the "stud back" is going out of vogue in the NFL?

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