NFL, players back talking face-to-face | chicagobears.com Albert Breer: The NFL and players wrapped up another two-day round of talks on Maryland's Eastern Shore on Wednesday, with more talks expected in the near future.
Coaches productive during NFL lockout | chicagobears.com Larry Mayer: Although they've been unable to work with players during the lockout, Bears coaches have not spent the last three months sitting behind their desks twiddling their thumbs.
Bears' Briggs bummed by lockout: 'Just have to stay strong' - chicagotribune.com Vaughn McClure: Although optimism abounds regarding the possibility of a new NFL labor agreement being reached in the next few weeks, Lance Briggs isn't buying it.
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Bears’ Major Wright apologizes for affiliation with porn show - Chicago Sun-Times Neil Hayes: Bears safety Major Wright issued an apology after his likeness was used on a promotion that included the world’s largest gathering of porn stars.
Chicago Bears video on CSNChicago.com: Latest Bears video Brad Biggs discusses lockout and pie. Mmmm...pie.
Video: Dhani Jones disses Urlacher, rates himself rather highly - Shutdown Corner - NFL Blog - Yahoo! Sports Doug Farrar: Jones had a lot to say even when he wasn't rating the NFL's 10 best linebackers.
Ex-Bears special-teams ace Peterson lands in UFL - chicagotribune.com Adrian Peterson, who for eight seasons was one of the better special teams players for the Chicago Bears, has signed a contract with the Virginia Destroyers of the United Football League, according to a source.
Ex-Bears RB Benson at Bengals' workout, wants to stay - chicagotribune.com CINCINNATI: Running back Cedric Benson joined Bengals players for their final full-squad workout, a sign of how much he wants to stay in Cincinnati.
NFL Not Happy About Porn Convention Ad | NBC Chicago | Grizzly Detail Maggie Hendricks: An adult entertainment expo used Major Wright's image in an ad, much to the consternation of Wright and the NFL.
Code of fan conduct comes under legal attack | ProFootballTalk Mike Florio: Every NFL team has adopted a code of fan conduct, requiring ticket holders to refrain from certain behaviors -- and reserving the right to eject them if they fail to comply. In San Diego, a judge has found that policy to conflict with the First Amendment.
Faces of lockout: Rodgers and The Make - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: While Rodgers' interest in music isn't new, the NFL lockout has given players the opportunity of time to explore their hobbies.
2010 Pass Blocking Efficiency: Tight Ends | ProFootballFocus.com Khaled Elsayed of Pro Football Focus looks at tight ends in pass protection in 2010 and over the past three years.
The perks of being a great college player | National Football Post Jack Bechta: What's wrong with a few freebies?