Future is bright for Bears backup QB | chicagobears.com Larry Mayer: NFL.com's Bucky Brooks recently named the Bears' Caleb Hanie as one of five young backup quarterbacks across the league who has shown the potential to start in the future.
Are Bears players holding group workouts? | chicagobears.com Larry discusses whether the Bears are working out together during the lockout, Mark Carrier's three-interception outing and the last time two Bears receivers compiled 100 yards in the same game.
Ex-Bears RB Wolfe faces uncertain future - chicagotribune.com Brad Biggs: Wolfe is facing four charges stemming from his arrest May 22 at Cameo, a nightclub in Miami Beach, Fla.
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Lance Briggs says the Bears are "world championship like" | ProFootballTalk The Chicago Bears have spoken this offseason like a team that's not lacking in confidence, with the latest comments coming from linebacker Lance Briggs, who says that when the lockout ends, the Bears will have a championship-caliber team.
Chicago Bears video on CSNChicago.com: Latest Bears video Part 2: CSN's Pat Boyle with Bears Chairman of the Board George McCaskey.
FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Higher Education: The Best and Worst Third-Down Backs The most effective third-down rushing quarterback, based on DVOA, would be … Jay Cutler?
Why Cutler Was Better than Forte on Third Downs | NBC Chicago | Grizzly Detail Maggie Hendricks: One of the Bears is the best at his position at third-down conversions. You might be surprised to find out who.
Higher Education: Forte is worst among third-down backs - Shutdown Corner - NFL Blog - Yahoo! Sports Doug Farrar: With the help of statistics from Football Outsiders, we'll be looking at different metrics that will hopefully illuminate the game in different ways.
Breaking down Hester and the return game | National Football Post Matt Bowen: Looking at Hester's TD returns vs. Packers, Vikings.
July CBA would preserve Bears' plans - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: Here on the NFC North blog, we've been operating under the assumption that too much money is at stake for NFL owners to lock out their players for the entire 2011 season.
Detroit Lions hope cornerback Nathan Vasher returns to early form | MLive.com Tom Kowalski: Vasher started five games for the Lions, including every game in Detroit's four-game winning streak to close out the season.
Aaron Rodgers starts a record label | ProFootballTalk Mike Florio: The lockout is providing NFL players plenty of time to pursue other interests. For Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, those other interests include starting a record label.
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