The Bears Den: May 27, 2011

...where we're ready to let the dogs out.

Bears' win over Jets among top games | Larry Mayer: The Bears' 38-34 win over the Jets last Dec. 26 has been ranked as the 12th most memorable game of the 2010 season by NFL Network research analyst Elliott Harrison.

Goodell knows fans angry with lockout | Albert Breer: The NFL wrapped up its day-and-a-half spring meeting, with an eye toward what lies ahead in the labor battle that has held all league business hostage since March.

NFL urges appeals court to keep lockout and 'make clear that the solution' lies in labor laws - Chicago Breaking Sports Dave Campbell: The NFL hasn't wavered in this message to its locked-out players: Get out of the courts and come back to the bargaining table.

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Reliving the worst moments for the Bears since ’87 | ProFootballTalk Mike Florio: It's day four of the 32-team "worst moments" since the last work stoppage tour. Today's victim?  Bob Swerski's favorite Ditka-coached team.

What Was the Worst Moment in Bears History? | NBC Chicago | Grizzly Detail Maggie's take on what made Bears fans suffer the most since the last work stoppage.

Tillman ‘Sad’ That NFL Lockout Had To Happen " CBS Chicago WSCR: LISTEN: Charles Tillman On The Laurence Holmes Show. news: Ten moves that could shape landscape of 2011 season Steve Wyche: It's unlikely that Atlanta would let offensive tackle Tyson Clabo escape, but if his price tag gets too rich, it could happen.

Goodell says season-ticket holders want 18-game season | ProFootballTalk Michael David Smith: Goodell says season-ticket holders agree with him.

Saints QB Drew Brees explains players side in NFL labor issue - Jim Trotter - Jim Trotter: "Ever since Gene Upshaw passed away -- I'm just going to lay it all out there -- the owners saw blood in the water," Brees said Wednesday after a players-organized workout at Tulane University.

Caught in the crossfire | National Football Post Andrew Brandt: Coaches file brief, in the middle of the battle.

Assessing the merits of Lions Fever - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: The coach of the Super Bowl champions notes the Detroit Lions are "definitely a football team that the rest of the NFL needs to be aware of."

Ochocinco’s next sport: Snake-wrangling? We have better ideas! - Shutdown Corner - NFL Blog - Yahoo! Sports Doug Farrar: As a public service, we'd like to present Senor Ochocinco with seven different alternatives — weird sports that would fly quite a distance over Mike Brown's head.

5 great choices for the next Hard Knocks | National Football Post Joe Fortenbaugh: Hey HBO! Your next NFL franchise is on this list.

Green Bay Packers news | Unofficial caretaker Gary Martin of New Jersey tends to Vince Lombardi's grave purely out of respect | Green Bay Press Gazette Mike Vandermause: This is a story that might make legendary Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lombardi roll over in his grave. (via Kevin Seifert)

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