The Bears Den: January 16, 2012

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"...where we do what it takes and by that we mean probably the same old predictable stuff."

Steltz hoping that experience pays off Mayer: Bears safety Craig Steltz, who is due to become a free agent, performed well as a starter late in the season after injuries sidelined Major Wright and Chris Conte.

Bears analysis: Still searching for a 1,000-yard receiver Biggs: 5th in a 10-part series.

With Fisher out, Bears' Toub in the mix for Dolphins job Biggs: When Jeff Fisher took the Rams' job on Friday, it meant Bears special teams coordinator Dave Toub is still alive in his bid to become the head coach of the Dolphins.

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Expect Bears GM search to pick up steam in coming week Jensen: There are still plenty of strong candidates, and it’ll be interesting to see in which direction the Bears go.

Bears will be more flexible on offense under Tice Parr: Indications are that Mike Tice will try to adjust his play-calling and scheme to fit his players, rather than rigidly force his players to adjust to fit his scheme.

Cowboys' loss is Texans' gain with safety Manning For safety Danieal Manning, the choice was simple when he became an unrestricted free agent last spring.

Goodell says NFL will consider full-time refs, coach rules for 2012 season Aiming to ensure NFL rules are enforced the same way from game to game, the league will consider making about 10 officials full-time employees next season.

League needs to take replay review out of referee’s hands Florio: The NFL should move the replay system upstairs, like it used to be when replay review first was used by pro football in the 1980s.

Packers' offense drops the ball Seifert: One of the most explosive and efficient offenses in NFL history stumbled at the starting line and never regained its footing.

The new Book of Eli: He’s among the NFL’s best Dyer: Little brother has arrived.

Jim Harbaugh's improbable rookie season continues as he outsmarts the Saints Reiter: Rookie coach Harbaugh outclasses Payton in every way.

Two 49ers fans shot for cheering on team Hendricks: Two men were shot Saturday for cheering the San Francisco 49ers late, game-winning touchdown at a Georgia Applebee's on Saturday.

Brady, Patriots look dominant in win over Broncos King: Before Saturday night, New England hadn't won a playoff game in four years. From the looks of what the Patriots put on display against Denver, they're not going to have to wait four years before winning another.

Real test awaits Ravens in New England - NFL - Yahoo! Sports Carpenter: Baltimore faces the ultimate challenge next weekend in an attempt to reach another Super Bowl.

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