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"...where we're sure to give the undercarriage a bit of a 'how's your father'"

Plenty at stake when Bucs play Bears at Wembley AP: Enough with the sightseeing. For the Bucs (4-2) and the Bears (3-3), there is nothing leisurely about this trip.

I now pronounce you Tom and Larry: Thayer and Mayer preview the Bears vs. Bucs.

Bears fans await in London Haugh: Despite the anticipation, nobody expects the excitement to surpass levels for the 1986 exhibition game starring the defending Super Bowl champions.

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Wright injury puts Harris back in mix Mitchell: Benched safety says he's doing everything he can to get back on the field.

Barber says talk is cheap, especially with media Jensen: Bears running back Marion Barber might have lost a step, but he can still separate from reporters.

Bears catch QB break by facing Bucs' Freeman? Moon: The Bears continue to face some of the NFL's best quarterbacks, but is Josh Freeman actually an easier challenge for the defense or is there a reason for concern once again? CSNChicago: Latest Bears video

Harsh words between players and coaches nothing new Bowen: In the pros, players often are confrontational, as Jay Cutler has been, and it's often a good thing.

Issues with management not spilling over into locker room If they are, Lance Briggs says it won't affect the effort on the field.

Conte, Paea must build on success Potash: So far, so good for rookies Chris Conte and Stephen Paea. Now comes the hard part — getting better.

Three-and-out: Bears-Buccaneers preview USA Today: Nate Davis takes a brief look ahead to Week 7's Chicago-Tampa Bay game.

Five Keys to a Bears Playoff Return Grizzly Detail: Bears have weapons, but can they challenge for the playoffs?

Bears going the distance on adversity Greenberg: Contract squabbles, a QB cursing out a coach, and now, a trip to London? A win cures all. Little buzz for football from London

NFC North at night Kevin Seifert has a few NFC North practice and injury notes.

The British would like their own NFL team MJD:Is the NFL as popular in England as it says it is?

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