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The Bears Den: May 19, 2011


...where we don't mean to get all scientific with you.

Stanford QB is top player in 2012 draft | According to's Gil Brandt, Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck tops a list of the 100 best prospects in the 2012 draft. Yep. The 2012 draft.

Will Bears pursue Raiders Nnamdi Asomughua? | Larry discusses the likelihood of the Bears pursuing cornerback Nnamdi Asomughua in free agency, one of Stephen Paea's college teammates and what draft guides said about Rex Grossman.

Dan Pompei's Chicago Bears mailbag - Will Gabe Carimi play left or right tackle? Why would the Bears replace Brad Maynard? Where will Chris Williams play? The Chicago Tribune's Bears columnist answers these questions and more.

Follow WCG on Twitter. It's not a space peanut. Right on.

Lance Briggs on workout bonus, lockout - Brad Biggs: When Lance Briggs works out during the NFL lockout , it's because he wants to be as prepared as possible to go to work when the labor mess is finally resolved.

Bears’ Lance Briggs says ‘D’ can afford to wait - Chicago Sun-Times Bears linebacker Lance Briggs loosened himself up Tuesday afternoon, backpedaling, jumping and kicking his legs chest-high. He can because he's a bad-ass.

2011 NBA Playoffs: Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith is hoping the Chicago Bulls win the NBA title - ESPN Chicago Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith hopes the Chicago Bulls win the first of two titles for the city.

Bears players join lockout practice party - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: We now have news of a second NFC North team to begin conducting players-only workouts during the lockout.

Bears: Where should Gabe Carimi play? - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: Another in a periodic series examining the roles of NFC North newcomers.

Bears Can Use Technology to Beat Lockout | NBC Chicago | Grizzly Detail Maggie Hendricks: Read up on our secret plan for the Bears off season conditioning.

The 2011 Wide Receiver Market - Offseason Low Down - This is the third part in our 2011 Offseason Market Analysis. Braylon Edwards to Bears.

Players' battle with owners not a lost cause - NFL - Yahoo! Sports Michael Silver: For the players, Monday’s ruling constituted a single defeat after a long run of good news on the legal front. By no means was it a conclusive death blow.

NFLPA Memo Details Chronology Of CBA Negotiations Over Past Four Years - SportsMoney - news on the business of sports - Forbes Over the past four years, the NFL has focused on an 18 percent rollback of wages, a rookie wage scale, and an 18 game schedule.

Owners court victory a path to a deal? | National Football Post Andrew Brandt: While hoping for Doty, Players face uncertain future.

Twitter sense for NFL players | National Football Post Jack Bechta: The dangers and dividends of going social.

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