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The Bears Den: May 10, 2011

...where every day above ground is a good day.

Dent to be honored at May 17 benefit | chicagobears.comLarry Mayer: Friends, celebrities and business leaders will celebrate Richard Dent’s inclusion into the Pro Football Hall of Fame May 17 at Carnivale Restaurant in Chicago.

Bears coaches meet with NFL official | Larry Mayer: As they do every year, Lovie Smith and his assistants met with an NFL officiating supervisor to discuss rule changes and points of emphasis heading into the 2011 season.

Will Conte start as rookie? | Chalk Talk: Larry discusses what third-round pick Chris Conte's role as a rookie may be, the Bears' starting offensive line and the likelihood of the Bears trying to sign running back Reggie Bush.

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Chicago Bears: Center Olin Kreutz working out regularly, is free agent when lockout ends - Brad Biggs: The heart of the Bears' offensive line, center Olin Kreutz, is a free agent when the NFL lockout ends. Will the Bears allow him to walk?

Chicago Bears Roberto Garza eager to get back to work - Brad Biggs: Bears' Garza welcomes increased competition.

Free-agency frenzy awaits Bears - Chicago Breaking Sports Brad Biggs: With the 2011 NFL draft in the past, the Chicago Bears are left to plot the future in an unknown system for free agency.

Stephen Paea: Quickness vs. strength - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: Another in a periodic series examining the roles of NFC North newcomers. news: NFL files brief to appeals court, asks for lockout to remain Albert Breer: The NFL filed its 61-page opening brief to the U.S. 8th Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday, asserting that U.S. District Judge Susan Nelson's granting of an injunction to lift the two-month-old lockout was unreasonable.

The Latest Twist In The NFL Lockout | We Got This Covered Wicked Lester A. Wiltfong, Jr: A judge has already ruled that the NFL owner's lockout of the players is illegal, and yet there is no football. Is there anything the fans can do? Perhaps.

Players, critics way off mark targeting Goodell - NFL - Football Pete Prisco: Sniping players and booing fans at the draft showed Roger Goodell caught in a lockout crossfire. But the animosity toward him would be better directed at the commissioner's bosses.

N.F.L. Considers Forcing New Testing Standards - Judy Battista: The N.F.L. has talked to the World Anti-Doping Agency about overseeing testing for performance-enhancing drugs, an official briefed on its planning said.

NFL middle linebackers lose importance - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN Len Pasquarelli: From 2001-2010, only six middle linebackers on teams that play the 4-3 front, as opposed to 3-4 "inside" linebackers, were chosen in the opening round.

Mark Herzlich will bypass UFL | ProFootballTalk Greg Rosenthal: After going undrafted by the NFL, Boston College linebacker Mark Herzlich wasn't a top-50 pick in the UFL's draft for one big reason: Teams assumed he would pursue an NFL career first. They were right. SI.

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