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The Bears Den: June 17, 2011

"...where, even though we feel like we might ignite, we probably won't."

Peppers among best pass rushers in NFL | Larry Mayer: Ranking the league’s top pass rushers, senior analyst Pat Kirwan puts the Bears’ Julius Peppers in the top group along with four other players.

How many times have Bears had four sacks? | Larry discusses how often the Bears have had at least four sacks, the last player from the 1985 team to remain with the Bears and players who've had 1,000 yards rushing and receiving in the same year.

Bears’ Gould optimistic as NFL talks continue - Bob LeGere: Bears place-kicker and player representative Robbie Gould is cautiously optimistic that the NFL lockout could be nearing an end.

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NFL wants to get Wright picture out of racy ad | View From the Moon John Mullin: Bears safety Major Wright is in a sticky situation after pictures in his Bears jersey appeared in a questionable ad. Plus, Brian Urlacher stands by strong comments about the Packers.

The Bears Best: Defense on Third Downs | NBC Chicago | Grizzly Detail Maggie Hendricks: The Bears' offense isn't the only group who did well in third-down situations last season.

Brown stays away from Bears prediction - Chicago Bears Blog - ESPN Chicago Jeff Dickerson: Former Chicago Bears and current New Orleans Saints defensive end Alex Brown couldn’t help but smile when told his old team may start two young offensive tackles when the Bears and Saints square off in Week 2 of the NFL season.

Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher expects his team to have a normal training camp - ESPN Chicago Jeff Dickerson: Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher expects head coach Lovie Smith to conduct a normal training camp once the NFL lockout ends and football related activities are allowed to resume.

Join the club: Brian Urlacher is bored - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: You know how we're filling our time during the lockout. But how are NFL players doing it? Some are pursuing record deals. Others are reading poetry. And some are bored.

Rewind'10: NFC North tackle-breakers - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: Let's check out how Football Outsiders rated each NFC North offense's ability to break tackles.

Tillman: ‘We Will Have Football Real Soon’ " CBS Chicago CHICAGO (WSCR) Go ahead and count Bears cornerback Charles Tillman among those who sees a light at the end of the tunnel in the NFL labor talks.

NFL Fan Code Of Conduct Taken To Court " CBS Chicago SAN DIEGO (AP) – The NFL’s right to enforce their fan code of conduct and eject fans for making obscene gestures and using foul language is at the center of a San Diego court case.

10 players to track this summer | National Football Post Joe Fortenbaugh: School’s in session and you’ve already got a homework assignment.

Redskins pull a fan out of stands to practice with them | National Football Post Brad Biggs: While some NFL teams have chosen to close their player-run practices to media and fans alike, the Washington Redskins have opened up their drills.

Why the salary cap hurts football | National Football Post Leigh Steinberg: Should the NFL adopt a system similar to that of Major League Baseball?

Players may be disciplined for gaming investment - NFL - Yahoo! Sports Jason Cole: Wide receiver Terrell Owens is one of at least 25 NFL players who could be forced to divest and face discipline from the league in connection with an Alabama bingo and entertainment operation that is hoping to re-open late this month or in July. NFL's Most Feared: Vick vs. Hester. Answer: Ditka.

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