"...where holy crap can you believe Pete's been doing the Den for a year now?"
Bears nearing deadline for Forte decision Biggs: The Bears can lock up the services of Matt Forte for the 2012 season starting next Monday. That's when the window opens for teams to use the franchise tag, a 15-day period that extends to 3 p.m. on March 5 -- eight days before the opening of free agency.
Thomas arrested in West Virginia Mayer: Bears linebacker J.T. Thomas was arrested and charged early Monday with a misdemeanor of possession of less than 15 grams of marijuana.
Tommie Harris ‘‘overwhelmed by support’’ Jensen: The funeral for the late wife of former Bears defensive tackle Tommie Harris will be held at the Mt. Olivet Cemetery in New Orleans Friday.
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Offseason position outlook: OT Michael C. Wright continues his roster breakdown with a look at the OTs.
The Bears as a microcosm of Moss' problem Some necessary ingredients must be in place for a team even to consider signing receiver Randy Moss in 2012. Kevin Seifert suggests Bears are that team.
Time to start the Michael Floyd debate in Chicago Bowen: Bears need an upgrade at WR, but is a rookie the answer?
Bengals hire former Bears safety Carrier The Cincinnati Bengals hired former safety Mark Carrier as defensive backs coach and promoted Paul Guenther to linebackers coach, the team announced Monday.
Bennett honored at CSN Sports Awards Lynn: Bears wide receiver Earl Bennett was honored at the 2012 Comcast SportsNet Sports Awards.
Wisch: A Second NFL Team Could Be Chicago’s ‘Super’ Solution You can guarantee that if Indianapolis was awarded a Super Bowl and, jeez, Detroit was awarded a Super Bowl, Chicago – the Midwest’s biggest and best city – would absolutely be awarded one.
Adjusting salary cap for rollover totals Kevin Seifert gives us an idea of what the rollover means for the NFC North teams.
Free Agency Primer: NFC North Chris Burke takes a look at the decisions facing the NFC North teams in free agency.
On moms, football and love This is a really superb read by Shutdown Corner's Doug Farrar. Enjoy.
Out of shape people chasing Stafford passes from a rooftop: Ew, seriously? That's so gross.