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The Bears Den: May 30, 2011

...where It's like finding a needle in a stack of needles.


Photos - Chicago Bears The 16th annual Bears Care Gala, which raises funds for support of breast and ovarian cancer research and treatment programs, was recently held at Soldier Field. Colonel Sanders in attendance.

Chicago Bears: Chicago Bears eager to start molding team - Brad Biggs: With lockout, Chicago Bears believe their stable system will help when play resumes.

NFL: Managing change in the NFL - Brad Biggs: The Bears believe their club's leadership stability will keep them in good shape after the NFL 's lockout. How could it affect some of their 2011 opponents?

Follow WCG on Twitter. Picture a girl who took a nosedive from the ugly tree and hit every branch on the way down.

NFL owners have more time to consider than players in labor matter - Sam Farmer: The owners can slog through courts, but the players might cave in late August or early September when they face prospect of missing a paycheck. There is a 70% likelihood some games will be lost.

NFL lockout: Pro football pioneer Sherman Howard says today's players concerned only about money - Around Town: As NFL owners and players continue to haggle over how to divvy up $9 billion, we chatted with one of the early pro football pioneers.

Weekend mailbag: A visit to Room 101 - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert checks his mail.

NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post Making Locker more accurate, Things I Didn't Used To Know, NFL Memorial Day heroes and much more.

Jared Allen prepared for life without Ray | Mark Craig "It's not my place to get involved," Allen said.

Outspoken Pitts: Players 'in this for the long fight' - NFL - Football As a player, Chester Pitts works in relative anonymity as an offensive lineman with the Seahawks. But Mike Freeman says as a vocal leader in the labor dispute with NFL owners, Pitts is someone to listen to if you're smart.

Ponder bothered by Trent Dilfer’s post-draft criticism | ProFootballTalk Evan Silva: Most draft observers considered the Vikings’ selection of quarterback Christian Ponder to be a reach, maybe even the biggest of round one. Few were more outspoken than ESPN analyst Trent Dilfer. news: What makes Lloyd NFL's 58th-best? Not his entire body of work Steve Wyche: Of all the selections made in NFL Network's "The Top 100 Players of 2011" series, none has struck me as more out of whack than Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Lloyd being No. 58.

Romo gets hitched to beauty queen with Jerry Jones in attendance - Shutdown Corner - NFL Blog - Yahoo! Sports Doug Farrar: Romo, who had been linked romantically before with Jessica Simpson and Carrie Underwood, proposed to Crawford last December.