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The Bears Den: June 13, 2011

"...where it appears to me that there can't be too many guys driving around this valley with an ape."

Bears will need to move fast when lockout ends - Brad Biggs: If growing optimism is a sign of progress an agreement between NFL owners and players will be in place in the near future, the Bears may report to training camp on time after all.

Your questions, my answers: A lockout Q&A - Inside the Bears Neil Hayes: A locked-out version of the offseason Bears Q&A.

Mullin: Who's the middle man for the Bears? John Mullin: With the NFL still in a lockout, the Bears roster is still in a formative state. Could Anthony Adams be the starting nose tackle next season? Also, would Braylon Edwards consider coming to Chicago?

Follow WCG on Twitter. Oh, who gives a damn? Stealing all my Oreos, crapping all over the place. 12 ribs, my ass.

Mullin: Bears get early bulletin-board material | View From the Moon The lockout hasn't even ended yet and predictions are already being made.'s Gil Brandt says the Bears won't repeat as NFC North Champions and they will also finish below the Lions this season.

Chicago Bears video on Latest Bears video CSN's Pat Boyle sits down with new Bears Chairman of the Board George McCaskey.

Wannstedt catches up on NFL game - Bills & NFL - The Buffalo News Mark Gaughan: Buffalo Bills assistant head coach Dave Wannstedt finds a small bright side to the NFL lockout.

At Giants reunion, NFL alumni president George Martin has strong words for DeMaurice Smith | Mike Vorkunov: Martin frustrated by lack of meeting with Smith.

Three routes you must stop to win in the NFL | National Football Post Matt Bowen: Chalkboard breakdown of Flat-7, Spot and Dagger.

NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post Dan Pompei: Kaepernick in the West Coast, Tressel and the NFL, a visit to Lambeau Field and much more.

The revenue tidal wave is on its way | National Football Post Jack Bechta: It's really about tomorrow's revenues.

Mrs. Brady on pace for $1 billion in career earnings | ProFootballTalk Mike Florio: In our most recent episode of "Compare the W-2's" between an NFL quarterback and his spouse, Tom Brady finished a distant second behind Mrs. Brady.

Higher Education: The best third-down running backs - Shutdown Corner - NFL Blog - Yahoo! Sports Doug Farrar: The 10 most efficient third-down running backs.

Chargers owner takes partial stake off the market - NFL - Football LOS ANGELES -- San Diego Chargers owner Alex Spanos is no longer looking to sell at least part of his stake in the NFL franchise, a team official said Friday.

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