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The Bears Den: May 20, 2011

...where we have a lot better rockets than the coyote.

Bears fan received liver from Pack fan | Larry Mayer: Avid Bears fan Peter Cashman looks at his favorite team’s fierce rivalry with Green Bay in a much different light ever since a Packers fan saved his life.

Mara: It's time to get back to football | New York Giants president and CEO John Mara writes that it's time for the NFL and its players to resolve their differences at the bargaining table.

NFLPA head: Lockout isn't about 'Shut up and play' - DeMaurice Smith had barely settled behind the podium when University of Maryland students started chanting: "We want football."

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Bears players itching to get back to work - Inside the Bears The ongoing NFL lockout feels strange to two Bears players who attended a charity event hosted by ex-Bear Jerry Azumah at Lucky Strike Lanes in Chicago on Wednesday night.

View from the Moon: Best Bears ever - QB's | John Mullin: With the NFL season on indefinite hold, by virtue of the latest court ruling enabling the owners’ lockout and tepid efforts at mediation, the present isn’t particularly interesting and the future isn’t... well, it just isn’t right now.

Rookie Paea finds new buddy in Toeaina - Chicago Bears Blog - ESPN Chicago Jeff Dickerson: Rookie DT Stephen Paea quickly found a new buddy in Matt Toeaina.

Clayton: Vikings most affected by lockout - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: In assessing the damage already done during the NFL lockout, senior writer John Clayton identifies an NFC North team.

Sad-sack Wisconsin Pols Make Tired Cutler Jokes | NBC Chicago | Grizzly Detail Maggie Hendricks: Wisconsin's sad politicians can't even come up with good football jokes, much less a balanced budget.

NBC Sports chief Dick Ebersol resigns amid contract dispute - More Sports - NEW YORK (AP) -- Dick Ebersol helped bring TV viewers Saturday Night Live and Olympics that were "plausibly live." Now, in an unexpected move, the powerful TV executive is leaving as head of NBC Sports. - Who needs to brush up on their NFL rulebook? As the NFL lockout continues, PFW delves into the NFL rulebook with some thoughts on players and coaches who might have some brushing up to do.

Why player organized workouts are over-hyped | National Football Post Matt Bowen: During the lockout, these sessions can't replicate practice.

Several second-year D-linemen expected to progress in 2011 - NFL - - For defensive linemen, whatever their draft pedigree, rookie seasons in the NFL are often painful. But look out for the sophomores. Len Pasquarelli says several 2010 draftees should go from stand-in to standout.

Don't get sucked in to lockout hysteria - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN The alarmists are out in full force, but don't believe you cant live without football. In fact, the league could use a comeuppance, says Jason Whitlock.

McDonald's National Hiring Day with John Gruden: