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The Bears Den: April 19, 2011

...where you don't need proof when you have instinct.

Bowers may drop in draft due to injury | Defensive end DaQuan Bowers is one of the most talented and productive players in the draft. But concerns about a knee injury may hurt his stock.

Newton has talent to be No. 1 overall pick The 2011 quarterback draft class is led by Cam Newton, who has all the physical traits of a future star and could be chosen No. 1 overall.

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Bears' Bennett signs with new agents - Chicago Breaking Sports Brad Biggs: His agents can't talk to the Chicago Bears on his behalf during the NFL lockout, but wide receiver Earl Bennett has new representation. Octagon

Watch TV with Chris Harris | NBC Chicago | Grizzly Detail Maggie Hendricks: Chris Harris throws a TV-watching party every Sunday. Join him.

Draft experts continue to debate tackle class - Inside the Bears Neil Hayes: Where the highest rated offensive tackles in the 2011 draft class deserve to be chosen depends on which expert you talk to.

Bears badly need defensive tackle - Bob LeGere: With Tommie Harris gone and Anthony Adams an unrestricted free agent, the Bears find themselves thin at defensive tackle. Bears’ DE needs not critical.

NFL Draft: Quarterbacks - Chicago Bears Blog - ESPN Chicago Michael C. Wright: The quarterback position is not one of need for the Bears.

McNabb to Vikings buzz continues - The Insider - The Washington Post Mike Jones: Although no deal could be made until there is a new collective bargaining agreement, sources say the Minnesota Vikings are among the teams interested in Donovan McNabb.

Scouts Eye: Ranking NFC North O-lines - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: Matt Williamson of Scouts Inc. recently ranked the NFC North's four offensive lines in the order listed below.

Gruden QB camp: Blaine Gabbert - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: Of the clips I've seen from his QB camp, ESPN's Jon Gruden saved his most direct criticism for Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert.   Jake Locker   Ryan Mallett   Andy Dalton

Lockout, talent pool put freeze on trades - NFL - Yahoo! Sports Jason Cole: The work stoppage and lack of "must-have" prospects are expected to reduce the number of draft-day deals.

Misinformation overload is coming | ProFootballTalk Mike Florio: With the draft only 10 days away, get ready for even more rumors about players who are rising and falling.

The spending problem | National Football Post Andrew Brandt: Short-term funds vs. long-term solution. news: 2011 NFL schedule to be announced Tuesday at 7 p.m. ET

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