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The Bears Den: May 11, 2011

...where even those who arrange and design shrubberies are under considerable economic stress in this period in history.

Wil Bears sign undrafted free agent running back? | Larry Mayer answer's these questions three, ere the other side he see.

Bears' defense rates respect from Falcons' WR Jones - Chicago Breaking Sports Vaughn McClure: Julio Jones has yet to play a down in the NFL but the Atlanta Falcons rookie receiver already has great respect for his first regular-season opponent, the Chicago Bears.

Bears mailbag: How about Mankins? - Chicago Bears Blog - ESPN Chicago Michael Wright opens the mailbag for questions on Mankins and Bush.

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Flash Points: Bears' defining moment - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: What key event significantly changed the fortunes of the Bears -- for better or worse?

Bears Aren't Doing the Same Workout Routine as Competition | NBC Chicago | Grizzly Detail Maggie Hendricks: Other teams are getting together for workouts despite the lockout. The Bears aren't, but it's not quite time to panic.

Draft analysis: NFC North | National Football Post Greg Gabriel: Taking a look at how each club fared with their selections.

Power Rankings: Top 10 NFL owners - AFC East Blog - ESPN Tim Graham: There wasn't a whole lot of room for debate at the top. took its positional Power Rankings series off the field and into the boardroom.

The 2011 Quarterback Market - Offseason Low Down - Evan Silva: The 2011 quarterback market will get interesting when the lockout ends and transactions are allowed.

Agent: Tutoring of Cam Newton could be done by Brett Favre - The Huddle: Football News from the NFL - Yeah. That guy.

Pro Bull Riders challenge Chad Ochocinco to back up his bravado - The Huddle: Football News from the NFL - Sure. Why not? Nice knowing you. - Report: Dolphins issue pay cuts due to lockout The Dolphins have issued significant pay cuts until the lockout ends, according to Jeff Darlington of the Miami Herald.

Lawyer: NFL and NBA players trying to reduce alimony, child support | National Football Post Aaron Wilson: Players taking steps.