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The Bears Den: January 19, 2012


"...where like ya' we like things more sparkly."

Players are excited Toub will return Mayer: Bears players breathed a sigh of relief when they learned that special teams coordinator Dave Toub had signed a two-year extension through 2013. 2011 Bears Defensive Highlights

If Tice leaves for Raiders, Bears are in trouble Jensen: If Tice lands the Raiders job, then Smith is back to square one — with a shrunken pool of candidates.

Giants exec Marc Ross gets his chance to impress Bears Jensen: No team has scared and ­tormented the Green Bay Packers more in the last few seasons than the New York Giants. And one of the keys to the ­Giants’ success was at Halas Hall on Wednesday to interview for the Bears’ general-manager position.

Follow WCG on Twitter: Experience the ripple effect. Or Champipple.

Bears analysis: No security at safety position Biggs: Eighth in a 10-part series.

Tice's exit creates ripple effect Rosenbloom: If Mike Tice leaves to coach the Oakland Raiders, the Bears would have all kinds of bad news.

If not Tice, then… Moon has options. Forte on possible franchise tag, Matt Bowen, more...

Pompei: Sans Tice, Bears Would Have No Offensive Identity With changes in no short supply at Halas Hall, Bears insider Dan Pompei joined The Mully and Hanley Show to break down the action.

Silverman: Earth To Bears, Bring In Explosive Tight EndSilverman: Earth To Bears, Bring In Explosive Tight End Silverman: Someone needs to get the news of the importance of the tight end to the Bears.

2011 Season Awards: Defensive MVP Hendricks: Today, we focus on the heart of the Bears: the defense. Classic Bears football features a crushing defense, and Chicago's D aimed to reach the same heights as their predecessors.

Four Downs: Will Martz coach again? The ESPN Chicago panel plays Fact or Fiction.

Former Bear Mark Anderson regains niche as sack man Biggs: It might have been the quietest 10 sacks in the NFL, but Mark Anderson doesn't care if he didn't make a lot of noise.

Giants, 49ers continue epic playoff rivalry Banks: The irony of this most unexpected pairing can't be missed. The NFC Championship Game matchup that we never saw coming -- Giants versus 49ers -- is actually one we've become very familiar with over the course of the past three decades of postseason history.

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