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The Bears Den: August 18, 2011

"...where we like to show our depth a little bit."

With Louis ill, Bears juggle offensive line | Larry Mayer: Veteran center Chris Spencer got his first reps with the Bears' No. 1 offense Wednesday after Lance Louis exited practice due to illness.

Larry Mayer's Chalk Talk | Larry discusses who will step in for the injured Corey Wootton, Marion Barber's role on offense and Harvey Unga's chances of making the 53-man roster.Wednesday camp highlights

Report details lavish gifts to Devin Hester from Miami booster - Brad Biggs: Chicago Bears say whatever receiver/returner Devin Hester may have done in college at Miami is of little concern to them.

He’s a big man and what he wants to do is follow WCG on Twitter all the time.

Undrafted DeCicco taking Urlacher route - A safety in college, he's trying to make transition to linebacker.

Offensive line a work in progress - Vaughn McClure: Staff says it likes the progress shown thus far in training camp.

Bears' Tice experiments with different unit on o-line - Brad Biggs: Without having to yank anyone out of team drills, the Bears got to evaluate one possible group for its starting offensive line Wednesday afternoon.

Hey, Bears media: It’s Caleb Hanie, not the Second Coming - Chicago Sun-Times Joe Cowley: Everybody loves the backup quarterback. I get it. But we’re past love when it comes to Caleb Hanie and a majority of the Bears media lately.

Bears WR Roy Williams lobbying for passes - Chicago Sun-Times After a brief appearance in the preseason opener, new Bears receiver Roy Williams is trying to do all he can to gain the favor of quarterback Jay Cutler.

Bears’ O-line looking for redemption on road against Giants - Chicago Sun-Times Sean Jensen: Given the abbreviated offseason, the Bears weren’t going to allow any knee-jerk reactions with their offensive line based on the preseason opener.

Holmes: Tight Ends Important In Martz Offense " CBS Chicago When it comes to protecting Jay Cutler, the focus centers on the offensive line, but the line and protection of Cutler extends out to the edge.

Williams among Bears offensive problems | View From the Moon Roy Williams admitted that he wasn't in game shape but says he will be ready to go in the season opener against Atlanta. What other problems are plaguing the Bears' offense? John 'Moon' Mullin explains. Latest Bears video

Mullin: Reasons why Bears will win NFC North's John Mullin has some high expectations for the Bears this season as he reveals his prediction of a NFC North championship for the team.

Carimi, Fantuz Talk About Being the New Kids | NBC Chicago | Grizzly Detail Maggie Hendricks: What is it like starting out in the NFL? The lineman and receiver talk about it.

Hester can outrun Miami allegations - ESPN Chicago Jon Greenberg: We can handle the truth about our stars' past, and we simply don't care.

Cutler hopes to avoid another New York Giants' beatdown - ESPN Chicago Michael C. Wright: Jay Cutler looks to prevent a repeat of the beating the Giants gave the Bears last season.

Rashied Davis will be Lions' glue - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: You might have missed it. Many people do when it comes to what Rashied Davis does on a football field.

Hey Mike, run that football in Chicago | National Football PostHey Mike, run that football in Chicago | National Football Post Matt Bowen: Why Martz has to focus on the run game again for the Bears.

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