Football lifer Jimmy Raye latest general manager candidate Pompei: San Diego Chargers director of player personnel has had a hand in many successful drafts.
Bears GM’ing: Ruskell resume will be the best John "Moon" Mullin says as the Bears are looking for a new GM, Tim Ruskell has the best resume.
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Bears analysis: Passing interest in tight ends Biggs: Seventh in a 10-part series.
Hanley: Bears Better Pass On Forte Here's a bit of advice for the Bears' next general manager: Run away from Matt Forte.
Bears meet one goal in retaining Dave Toub Seifert: We can cross off one of the many swirling coaching situations in the NFC North.
Hampton Not Happy With Bears’ GM Search WSCR: The news that Phillips will be conducting the search wasn't met kindly by one Bears Hall of Famer.
2011 Season Awards: Special Teams MVP Hendricks: It's awards season, so it's time to break out the navy and orange carpet, tuxedos and high-strung hosts as we recognize the best of the Bears season. We start with the special teams most valuable player.
Arraignment scheduled for Hurd An arraignment date of Jan. 25 has been set for former Chicago Bears wide receiver Sam Hurd, a spokesperson for the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of Texas.
Packer Ponderings to Come Brandt: Giant thud to end season, decisions loom.
NFL keeps spinning crazily even for those no longer playing Jeff Fisher. 'Dear Leader' Scott Pioli. Hue Jackson's non-trade. Mike Martz. And Tim Tebow, too. Ray Ratto tears through the headlines and tries to find order in the NFL's 'silly season.'
Davis completes maturation process with big game against Saints Killion: Saturday's game-winning catch wasn't the first significant moment Vernon Davis had in the south end zone of Candlestick Park.
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