....where it's Day 4 of training camp and we know the Vikings could only hope to land 11,000 fans on one day of their training camp.
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Laurence Holmes has a nice piece on Devin Hester's development as a WR.
Marcus Harrison is working hard to get his weight down, but he's still not ready to return quite yet.
Big plays and big hits were part of the Bears first practice in pads.
Orlando Pace and Jay Cutler are impressing Ron Turner thus far.
Kyle Orton feels at home in Denver's offensive scheme.
Brandon Rideau is finally getting his chance to compete for a starting gig.
Mike Mulligan has a nice piece on the economics of Jay Cutler.
Brad Biggs breaks down Erik Kramer vs. Jay Cutler.
Biggs also has another great historical piece on Bears QB's.
Here's an interview with Erik Kramer about Jay Cutler and the current WR's.
The Bears are bringing back Matt Forte slowly.
The Bears threw in a Wildcat play during Sunday's session.
More after the jump....
Rosenblog: Hester's catching on.
Matt Forte talks some fantasy football.
Dan Pompei ponders the Bears OL in 2009.
The Bears are bringing back Matt Forte in a smart manner, limiting his reps on Saturday after his hamstring tweak in OTA's.
David Haugh believes that Earl Bennett could be a huge steal.
LenDale White's weight-loss plan? Stop drinking.
Here's the "Jay Cutler watch" for Sunday's session.
Sunday practice observations from Vaughn McClure.
So far, Zackary Bowman looks like the real deal.
The Bears are bullish on the TE's this year, and why not?
Israel Idonije praised DL coach Rod Marinelli.
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Here's some more picks on the Bears' 2009 chances.
Peoria Journal Star
The Bears got physical at their first camp session with pads.
Jay Cutler on Day 3 of training camp.