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The Bears Den: May 16, 2011

...where getting there is half the fun.

Chicago Bears: Chicago Bears must make contingency plans for free agency - Dan Pompei: Whenever labor peace arrives, Chicago Bears will look to upgrade at many positions.

Jay Cutler: Bears offense needs to ‘get together’ despite lockout - Chicago Sun-Times Sean Jensen: Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has been busy this offseason, rehabbing his knee, traveling with a non-profit group to Kenya, getting engaged to his girlfriend and hosting a charity event for his foundation in his hometown Saturday.

Why playing Cover 2 is crucial in today's NFL | National Football Post Matt Bowen: With offenses expanding, this coverage still sells.

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NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post Dan Pompei: A closer look at the Browns' big draft trade, impact assistant coaches and all the latest scuttlebutt. - Lockout limbo: Bears report Dan Parr: The Bears were able to land the offensive lineman they coveted in the draft, but the O-line could still be leaving Jay Cutler in harm's way far too often.

Mediation returns, but still not winning formula - NFL - Football Mike Freeman: The owners and players are scheduled to again meet for court-ordered mediation beginning this coming week in Minnesota. To say this will be a dog and pony show is an insult to dogs and ponies.

Pro athlete McCants is broke, suffering | Joey Johnston: Once, Keith McCants was the nation's most feared defensive player, a relentless package of sideline-to-sideline intensity for the University of Alabama. Now, he's in constant physical agony because of football injuries.

Ochocinco’s bull ride not impressive, but action for charity is - Shutdown Corner - NFL Blog - Yahoo! Sports Doug Farrar: Following Chad Ochocinco's ride on the bull "Deja Blu" on Saturday night, the score should have read: Deja Blu 1, Ochocinco 0.

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