The Bears Den: June 15, 2011

"...where it takes five minutes to cook our grits when it takes the entire grit-eating world 20 minutes."

Bears' win ranked 7th best comeback | Larry Mayer: The Bears' miraculous 24-23 Monday night win over the Arizona Cardinals on Oct. 16, 2006 has been ranked the seventh best comeback in NFL history. Crown 'em!

NFL, players meet again in Maryland | Albert Breer: The NFL and players resumed their clandestine negotiations on Tuesday on Maryland's eastern shore, the third such set of talks they've staged this month. Nevermore.

Cutler's rehab status: 'He looks fantastic' - Vaughn McClure: Jay Cutler hasn't thrown a pass in public since the NFC championship game in January. But in private, the Bears quarterback apparently has shown no lingering effects from the second-degree knee sprain he suffered against the Packers. Get 'yer pout on.

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NFL players and owners continue talks with mediator amid signs of progress - Sam Farmer: The drumbeat of an NFL labor resolution grew louder Tuesday with rumblings of a deal, or at least the framework of one, that could be reached within the next month.

Saints DE Brown circling Bears game on calendar - Brad Biggs: For three weeks this spring, Alex Brown commuted to New Orleans to participate in the most well-organized and complete player-run practices during the lockout.

Cutler, NFL Show Signs of Hope | NBC Chicago | Grizzly Detail Maggie Hendricks: Reports from informal practice sessions and NFL negotiating sessions should give Bears fans hope.

Mailbag: Why no Enderle at workouts? - Chicago Bears Blog - ESPN Chicago Jeff Dickerson's mailbag.

Power Rankings: No love for our LTs - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: This week's installment of's positional power rankings was quiet for the NFC North. And as of now, the Chicago Bears haven't identified their left tackle.

An agreement in principle will be the first step toward a new CBA | ProFootballTalk Mike Florio: Here’s a step-by-step look at everything that would need to happen.

FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Broken Tackles 2010 Part II Aaron Schatz: Today, let's look at broken tackles from the point of view of the offense.

Three-Year Pass Blocking Efficiency: Offensive Linemen | Taking the look at pass blocking efficiency another step, Pro Football Focus' Khaled Elsayed examines the past three seasons for individual offensive linemen. Kreutz, top Center.

Free agents who won't break the bank | National Football Post Greg Gabriel: These players will help some teams in need. - Matching passing talent to schemes keys QB success PFW personnel analyst Nolan Nawrocki takes an in-depth look at all 32 NFL passing games, with an emphasis on how quarterbacks fit the offenses in question.

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