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The Bears Den: August 22, 2011

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Five things to watch in Bears' exhibition against New York Giants - Brad Biggs: The offensive line will be closely scrutinized by the coaching staff in the Bears' exhibition Monday against the Giants, especially tackle J'Marcus Webb and guard Lance Louis.

Five things I'll be looking at Monday night - Inside the Bears Sean Jensen: On Monday, the Bears return to the site of the offense's ugliest and scariest game of the entire 2010 season.

What Bears will be under bright lights Monday? | Insider John "Moon" Mullin says a handful of players will be under special scrutiny Monday night. Latest Bears video

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Okoye, Gholtston looking to fit in on Bears’ D-line - Bob LeGere: Bears defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli is looking for some pass-rush production Monday night from two big-name veterans and an unheralded rookie.

Davis could be a deep threat for Bears - Vaughn McClure: Mike Martz doesn't utilize the tight end often in his offense, but Kellen Davis could become a surprise deep threat for the Bears.

Tight End Kellen Davis showing he has tools to excel in Bears’ offense - Chicago Sun-Times Sean Jensen: The Bears didn’t anoint Kellen Davis the starting tight end after they traded Greg Olsen to the Carolina Panthers last month.

Webb must improve his technique to succeed - Matt Bowen: Winning 1-on-1 battles more about technique than overall skill sets.

Video: Bears-Giants MNF preview - Chicago Bears Blog - ESPN Chicago Video: Ohm Youngmisuk and Jeff Dickerson preview Bears-Giants on MNF.

Six pack of players to watch vs. Bears | New York Daily News Ralph Vacchiano: With the regulars expected to get closer to a full half of action in the second preseason game, more of them will be in the spotlight Monday night in the Giants’ preseason game against the Bears. - Falcons DE Abraham expecting best from Bears O-line Dan Parr: PFW asked Falcons DE John Abraham if he and his fellow defensive linemen are licking their chops as they prepare for the Bears' offensive line in Week One.

NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post Dan Pompei: A new frontier in scouting, best unsigned players and all the latest scuttlebutt.