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The Bears Den: June 7, 2011

...where the trees are filled with underwear.

Zambrano's rant is similar to Brown's | Larry Mayer: Outspoken Cubs pitcher Carlos Zambrano isn't the first Chicago athlete to deliver a brutally honest assessment of his struggling team following a bitter defeat.

Will Bears pursue Santana Moss in free agency? | Larry discusses if the Bears will try to sign Santana Moss, how the Bears have fared against NFC South and AFC West opponents, and how many teams have won more division titles than the Bears since 2005.

Bears plotting busy free-agency plan - Chicago Breaking Sports Dan Pompei: There remain many unknowns about NFL free agency this year, but Bears coach Lovie Smith is planning on his team being better after the process.

Follow WCG on Twitter. Wrap yourself in a bed sheet and pour grain alcohol all over your head. - Key Vikes veterans are no-shows at informal workouts Re-signing RB Garrett Wolfe was not a priority for the Bears even before he was arrested last month and a source said he's not in the team's plans.

Plaxico Burress is exactly the big receiver the Bears need - Chicago Sun-Times AFTERNOON SPORTS CLUB: Watching Plaxico Burress walk out of New York’s Oneida Correctional Facility on Monday reminded me of how good he would look in a Bears uniform.

Dwyane Wade hopes Plaxico Burress goes to hometown Chicago Bears - ESPN Chicago Wade tweeted that he would like to see his hometown Chicago Bears sign Plaxico Burress.

Odds on where Plaxico will sign | National Football Post Joe Fortenbaugh: Not surprisingly, Philly is the current favorite.

NFL's Top 100: Which Bear Is Next? | NBC Chicago | Grizzly Detail Maggie Hendricks: Lance Briggs and Brian Urlacher are already on the NFL's Top 100 list. Who will join them?

Olivet Nazarene University says it will be ready for Chicago Bears training camp - ESPN Chicago Michael C. Wright: The Chicago Bears and their summer home, Olivet Nazarene University, remain flexible in their planning for training camp.

USC stripped of 2004 BCS national title - Chicago Breaking Sports The Bowl Championship Series stripped Southern California of its 2004 title on Monday, leaving that season without a BCS champion.

Marv Albert to call NFL games on CBS | National Football Post Brad Biggs: He'll replace Gus Johnson.

NFL files motion to dismiss Brady case | ProFootballTalk Mike Florio: The NFL wanted another month to respond to the complaint filed by Tom Brady and nine other players on March 11, the day the NFLPA decertified and launched a legal strategy aimed at lifting the lockout and/or giving the players leverage via the antitrust laws.

St. Louis in the Rearview | National Football Post Andrew Brandt: High-priced mercenaries, no-show stars, negotiations ahead. - Report: NFL planning for eight-game season The NFL is planning for a season that could be as short as eight games, according to Daniel Kaplan of SportsBusiness Journal.

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