The Bears Den: July 28, 2011

"...where If you're going to float an air biscuit, let me know, okay?"

(((Write Now))) Larry Mayer blogs from Bears camp | senior writer is blogging from training camp. Requests citronella and clean undies.

Enderle, Thomas ink four-year deals | Larry Mayer: In limbo until the NFL lockout ended Monday, Bears draft picks Nathan Enderle and J.T. Thomas were thrilled to sign four-year contracts Wednesday.

Why won't Maynard return? | Larry discusses why the Bears opted not to re-sign Brad Maynard, what the Bears will do to bolster their linebacker position and who will present Richard Dent at his Hall of Fame induction.

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Chicago Bears: Agent says Chicago Bears offering Greg Olsen in trade - Brad Biggs: In a mass email to NFL general managers, and later pulled, Drew Rosenhaus solicits reasonable proposals for Chicago Bears tight end.

Bears shopping tight end Greg Olsen - Inside the Bears | Sean Jensen: Talk about awkward. Two days before training camp officially opens, tight end Greg Olsen is believed to already be in Bourbonnais. But he's at the center of a unique drama.

Chicago Bears biding their time on free agents - Brad Biggs: They are among several teams watching the market develop and looking for bargains from plentiful supply.

Bears have method to their slowness in free-agent game - Chicago Sun-Times Neil Hayes: Those who expected Jerry Angelo to be juggling rookie signings with free-agent recruiting after the lockout might be surprised to know the Bears’ general manager is taking a cool and calculated approach to this bizarre bazaar.

Don't Fret About Bears' Free Agent Slowdown | NBC Chicago | Grizzly Detail Maggie Hendricks: The Bears weren't in a free agent frenzy on Wednesday. That's no reason to worry.

Mullin: Bears quiet, not entering free agent fray | John "Moon" Mullin: The Bears have yet to move on any free agents while players such as Sidney Rice and Robert Gallery have been picked up, and that could be a sign of the strategy coming from Halas Hall.

Chicago Bears video on Latest Bears video The CTL crew discuss wide receivers in free agency.

Market developing for Bears FA Davis - Chicago Bears Blog - ESPN Chicago Jeff Dickerson: Davis, a six-year veteran, is considered a valuable special teams contributor and a quality backup at the receiver position.

If DeAngelo Williams got $21M guaranteed... - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: Should Forte be considered a financial equal to Williams? You could make that argument.

NFL notes: McNabb headed to Minnesota - Recap of some of the bigger moves from Wednesday.

Chris Kluwe's price to give up No. 5 - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: Leave it to Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe to insert some humor into what has been a tense day for his organization.

Bargain shopping | National Football Post Joe Fortenbaugh: Where most teams saw a problem, the Patriots saw an opportunity. Albert Haynesworth is headed to New England.

Kristin Cavallari poses in wedding dress | Just two days before her engagement with Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler was called off, Kristin Cavallari was glowing with excitement as she posed in a number of wedding dresses.

Be sure to check in with WCG throughout the day for the latest Bears' free agent happenings!

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