The Bears Den: July 14, 2011

"...where we take car. Go to Mum's. Kill Phil - "Sorry." - grab Liz, go to the Winchester, have a nice cold pint, and wait for all of this to blow over. How's that for a slice of fried gold?

In honor of Richard Dent's upcoming enshrinement, is celebrating the rest of the Bears who have preceded him into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Martz: Bears could be ready quickly for Hall game - The way Mike Martz sees it, the Chicago Bears could play in the Hall of Fame game on a day's notice if necessary.

Video: Israel Idonije says NFL will be business as usual - Fred Mitchell: Chicago Bears defensive end thinks all players need is some practice and contact to get ready for season.

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Bears' Harris questions NFL Network's Top 100 list - Vaughn McClure: When the Chicago Bears eventually come together for training, you can bet at least a few players will bring up the NFL Network's Top 100 list from this offseason.

Bears RB Bell set to host youth camp in Arlington Heights - Vaughn McClure: Chicago Bears running back Kahlil Bell is just as hopeful as any other player that the NFL lockout will end soon. But there's a good reason why Bell wouldn't be too upset if training camp gets pushed back a few days.

Carimi Remains Confident About Grasping Bears’ Offense " CBS Chicago Gabe Carimi remains confident about jumping into Mike Martz's system whenever the lockout ends and being able to contribute right away.

Free Agency Drama: As the Wideout Turns | NBC Chicago | Grizzly Detail Maggie Hendricks: Hester wants Moss while Burress wants Chicago.

The Bears' Social Media Monsters | NBC Chicago NBC Chicago introduces you to the Bears' most social web personalities.

Sports Radio Interviews " Blog Archive " Robbie Gould Gould encouraged that both sides continue to meet and have made huge strides in the process as a result of both making certain concessions.

Bears’ chairman answers lockout questions at youth camp — John P. Huston: If it weren’t for the presence of Chicago Bears’ Chairman George McCaskey, it’s doubtful any of the children would have asked about the business side of the game they love.

Santana Moss: Redundant for the Bears? - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: This week, Chicago Bears receiver/kick returner Devin Hester advocated the pursuit of receiver Santana Moss. Does it make sense?

The NFL Should Not Fine James Harrison | We Got This Covered Lester A. Wiltfong, Jr.: I wonder what fine the NFL will give James Harrison this time? He said a lot of bad things but in my opinion, he shouldn't be fined at all.

Doh: James Harrison had 1 tackle in XLV - NFC North Blog - ESPN From an NFC North perspective, Kevin Seifert has exactly two cents on the ridiculous comments of Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison.

NFL labor talks: NFL players look for a deal to be done soon - Sam Farmer: Drew Brees says a settlement is 'very close' in a radio interview. Owners will meet in Atlanta on July 21, presumably for a vote on a new collective bargaining agreement.

Contrary to Brees comment, deal apparently not close | National Football Post Aaron Wilson: Still no collective bargaining agreement.

Nowitzki, Mavs take big honors at ESPY Awards - Nowitzki picked up a pair of trophies, including male athlete of the year, and the Mavericks were chosen as the best team Wednesday night at the ESPY Awards.

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