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The Bears Den: July 11, 2011

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In honor of Richard Dent's upcoming enshrinement, is celebrating the rest of the Bears who have preceded him into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Bears' Forte, Olsen on the lockout and fans calling players greedy - Vaughn McClure: Talk of the lockout has been monotonous to any Chicago Bear willing to address the matter, so Greg Olsen and Matt Forte took a different approach Saturday.

Players split on whether or not Bears go to camp on time | National Football Post Brad Biggs: Hillenmeyer warns they're not on 'cusp of a deal'.

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Bears’ Olsen Helping To Kick Cancer " CBS Chicago Video: Olsen hosted a charity kickball tournament in Grant Park on Saturday, in honor of his mother, Susan, who is a 10-year breast cancer survivor.

Chicago Bears' Brian Urlacher and Matt Forte try to stay positive about lockout's end - ESPN Chicago Michael C. Wright: Brian Urlacher and running back Matt Forte would be ready to go if the current labor strife -- as widely predicted -- ends later this week.

Briggs Boxing During Lockout | NBC Chicago | Grizzly Detail Former Arizona Wildcat Lance Briggs incorporates boxing into his fitness regimen at a gym in Tucson.

Opinions while waiting for the new CBA | National Football Post Greg Gabriel: Hall of Fame game will be worth watching -- if it's played.

NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post Dan Pompei: The most valuable assistant coaches, my top 10 players and Things I Didn't Used To Know.

Vote for the greatest Bear - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN Who is the greatest in Franchise history?

Suh wants to erase the "stigma" of being the Lions | ProFootballTalk Michael David Smith: Ndamukong Suh has been vocal this offseason about his lofty goals for the Lions, including going 16-0. news: Rookie salary system a major discussion point as talks roll on Albert Breer: NFL players and owners will resume talks Monday, with the controversial rookie salary scale as a hot topic.

Cornelison sings Anthem at Olsen's event | Prior to the start of Bears' tight end Greg Olsen's charity kickball tournament Saturday at Grant Park, Jim Cornelison sang the National Anthem -- and had the crowd join in with no microphone or sound system.

7th Inning Sketch: Graphic Designer and sports fan Gary Finkler has combined his two passions to create a blog of cartoons and art depicting the latest sports stories.