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The Bears Den: May 23, 2011

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..where it's like frozen music.

Mike Ditka: Mike Ditka's former players are flourishing in coaching - chicagotribune.com Dan Pompei: Even though Mike Ditka, 71, no longer wears a whistle, his former players are coaching everywhere.  Mike Ditka in action - chicagotribune.com

Greg Olsen sheds some light on offense's workouts - Inside the Bears Sean Jensen: When I spoke to him eight days ago, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler indicated that the offense would have some workouts, but he didn't offer much insight on them.

Olsen and Urlacher support game between Chicago police and fire - Inside the Bears Sean Jensen: When they got the invitation to attend the Chicago First Responders Memorial Bowl, Bears tight end Greg Olsen and linebacker Brian Urlacher didn't spend much time making a decision.

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Video: Lovie Smith conversation - Chicago Bears Blog - ESPN Chicago Lovie Smith (or possibly a talking cardboard cutout) discusses the lockout, Jay Cutler, the Packers and the Bulls.

Garrett Wolfe arrested in Miami, facing four charges | National Football Post Aaron Wilson: Wolfe "takes talents to South Beach". South Beach not impressed.

Ray Lewis: Lockout will lead to rise in crime - CBSSports.com Will Brinson: Eye on Football - There seems to be a prevailing theory that the current lockout has led to more off-the-field trouble for NFL players. Ray Lewis has a more interesting sociological theory, however, in that he believes general crime will rise if the lockout continues into the season.

NFC North weekend mailbag - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: After some time in the shop, the weekend mailbag is back.

NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post Dan Pompei: Elway jumps the line, what the Patriots saw in Mallett and much more.

Rodgers knew that Aguilera goofed up National Anthem at Super Bowl - Shutdown Corner - NFL Blog - Yahoo! Sports Doug Farrar: The MVP of the game in which his team beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, 31-25, told radio station 540 ESPN Milwaukee this week that he was well aware that singer Christina Aguilera butchered the national anthem by omitting a line.

What's the Plan? | National Football Post Andrew Brandt: Harsh ruling puts Smith, plan in focus. And remember, somebody's always trying to focus.

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