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The Bears Den: April 13, 2011

...where it is not unlike an underground lair.

Cal defensive end is a polished product | A three-year starter at California, Cameron Jordan is a versatile, NFL-ready defensive end who appears to be capable of playing in any defensive system. #16 Ingram.

Hall of Fame Game will feature Bears | The NFL announced Tuesday that the Bears will open their 2011 preseason slate by facing the St. Louis Rams Aug. 7 in the annual Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio.

Would Bears draft Da'Quan Bowers if he fell to 29? Larry discusses the likelihood of the Bears drafting defensive end Da'Quan Bowers, the chances of tackle Derek Sherrod being available at 29 and the all-time series between the Bears and Saints.

Dan Pompei's Bears mailbag - Are the Bears afraid to pick an offensive lineman in the draft? Will Jerry Angelo trade up for once? The Tribune's Bears columnist answers these questions...and more!

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Round 1 key for Bears, but hits must keep coming | The Bears brought in Tim Ruskell as director of player personnel and he should make an impact on the players Chicago drafts this year.'s John Mullin says later rounds are just as important as the first few.

Bears London Bound | NBC Chicago | Grizzly Detail Maggie Hendricks: The Bears will be on national TV twice in the pre-season, have opportunity to go 0-5.

Lance Briggs falls short in top 10 LBs - NFC North Blog - ESPN From an NFC North perspective,'s linebacker Power Rankings were notable mostly for the exclusion of the Chicago Bears' Lance Briggs.

Bears draft positional analysis: Guards - Chicago Bears Blog - ESPN Chicago Michael Wright continues to preview the draft with a look at the guards.

Bears unlikely to land a star with 29th pick - Chicago Breaking Sports Dan Pompei: What can the Bears expect with the 29th pick of the first round? Instant Draft Facts. Interesting.

Are NFL scouting departments underfunded? | National Football Post Jack Bechta: Scouting departments are the R&D arms of an NFL team

The draft’s top five overrated prospects | National Football Post Wes Bunting: Which prospects will end up getting too much love come draft day?

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