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The Bears Den: September 15, 2011

"...where it's all about upside."

Bears have empathy with Brian Urlacher - David Haugh: After a loved one such as linebacker's mother passes away, family atmosphere a comfort.

Thorough scouting led Bears to Melton | In his weekly Q&A with Larry Mayer, general manager Jerry Angelo discusses the process that resulted in the Bears drafting Henry Melton. Joniak's Keys to the Game.

Louis expected to rest, keep job - Chicago Sun-Times Either Chris Spencer or Edwin Williams is expected to start Sunday at right guard in place of Lance Louis, who suffered a right ankle injury against the Atlanta Falcons.

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Meriweather gets reps with first team - Brad Biggs: New safety steps in for Chris Harris who's nursing a minor hamstring injury. Another big test looms for offensive line.

Chicago Bears video on 'Moon' joins CTL and previews the game against the Saints.

Even after four catches in opener, Williams knows there's work to be done - Receivers as a whole were productive Bennett graded out the best with only two catches.

Wealth of offensive weapons step forward - Rockford Register Star Jay Taft: Whether they were in the versatile passing attack or the run game that worked when it needed to, the Chicago Bears unveiled an impressive array of weapons.

NFC North: Black and Blue and Really Good | NBC Chicago | Grizzly Detail Maggie Hendricks: The Bears weren't the only team in the division with a big week.

Kreutz's passion impresses New Orleans - Chicago Bears Blog - ESPN Chicago Saints coach Sean Payton shared a story Wednesday about newly acquired center Olin Kreutz. Video: Bears support Urlacher - ESPN Chicago

Dan Pompei's Bears mailbag - The Tribune's Bears columnist tackles questions about Jay Cutler's long-ball capabilities,Olin Kreutz's value, new fullback Tyler Clutts and more in his weekly mailbag.

Durkin: Know Your Opponent – New Orleans Saints " CBS Chicago It will be a battle in the bayou when the Bears go marching into Dixieland for a Week 2 tilt against the New Orleans Saints.

Jerry Jones: Romo played ‘one of best games I’ve ever seen’ - Shutdown Corner - NFL Blog - Yahoo! Sports Chris Chase: Jones was effusive in his praise of his quarterback in the way a Little League coach would talk to his players at the ice cream shop after a tough loss.

Brian Urlacher’s toughest loss - Chicago Sun-Times Rick Telander: There is irony in every mother’s death. Soft or harsh, it’s always there. We’re born believing our mothers, our vessels to this world, will never leave us. But they do. They must. And the time is never right.

So what's Matt Jones doing these days?

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