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Angelo excited to sign Garza to deal In his weekly Q&A with, GM Jerry Angelo discusses Roberto Garza's contract extension and touches on Matt Forte's situation as well. Joniak's Keys to the Game

Bears' offensive line coming along just fine now Briggs: Assistant coach Mike Tice has developed a group that is keeping quarterback Jay Cutler on his feet and running back Matt Forte moving forward.

Jaworski does about-face on Cutler Jensen: Analyst Ron Jaworski marveled at Jay Cutler’s confidence and command. "That comes from success."

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Cutler growing, maturing as quarterback Moon: The measure of the 2011 Cutler may be that he has learned to win when he doesn’t play well. Kip and Moon: Mid-Week Report

Johnson is Lions' biggest challenge for Bears Brian Urlacher: He runs fast. He catches the ball. He's 6 feet 5. He does it all. Vaughn McClure spits some rhymes.

Durkin: The Curious Case of Jay Cutler Would Bears fans be happy with a quarterback who ranked near the top in just about every passing department season in and season out, but needed five years as a starter to break through and win it all? We knew it was coming: The comparison to that guy.

Cutler finally appears to be having fun with it all Isaacson: Cutler is on his game off and on the field, and that's great for the Bears. Podcast: Jay Cutler

11 Things That Have Happened Since Cutler Last Went Sack-Free Hendricks: The biggest problem for Jay Cutler since joining the Bears has been the inability to stay upright. He led the league in sacks in 2010, and has been sacked 21 times this season.

Bennett could be next in line for payday Dickerson: Earl Bennett seems to the next logical candidate to receive an extension. Streaking and Slumping: Week 9

NFC North midseason report Seifert: Wednesday is midseason report day at John Clayton proves once again he is heavily medicated...or needs to be. Midseason All-Pro Team

Adams expresses shock; Gould supports Paterno Mitchell: Bears defensive tackle Anthony Adams called the Penn State scandal "a complete shocker" and "heartbreaking".

NFL's Fountain of Youth Bechta: How the oldest NFL players stay young.

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