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The Bears Den: January 27, 2012


"...where we help mask the pain."

Licht back for his second interview Mayer: Patriots director of pro personnel Jason Licht, one of two finalists for the Bears general manager position, returned to Halas Hall Thursday for a second interview. One-on-One: Dick Stanfel

Bears’ general manager will have hands full Potash: Hiring a general manager in the middle of the evaluation period for the draft and free agency puts the Bears in catch-up mode. Video: Moon on Bears GM search

Emery Focuses On Talent In Later Draft Rounds WSCR: Nick Wright of 610 sports in Kansas City joined The McNeil and Spiegel Show to break discuss candidate Phil Emery, the director of college scouting for the Chiefs.

WCG is on Twitter: Add your wood to our tree.

Bears' GM search reveals intentions for role Seifert: The Bears are expected to complete their second round of general manager interviews Friday, barely beating the scheduled melting of your local glacier.

Bears 'coaching tree' is growing Moon: Schiano broke into the NFL in 1996 as a defensive assistant and finished as Dave Wannstedt’s defensive-backs coach.

Big Decision: Bears and Kellen Davis Seifert: The TE scored touchdowns on five of his 18 receptions last season and his 6-foot-7 build makes him a potential downfield mismatch for linebackers.

Video: Forte from the Pro Bowl Matt Forte discusses his health and contract situation from the Pro Bowl.

Miller: Common sense needed in Toradol discussion CSN's Jim Miller knows the effects of Toradol first hand, having taken the shot to combat injuries during his playing days. So, what does he think of Brian Urlacher's recent comments on its use? Bowen On Toradol: ‘Masks A Lot Of Pain’

Expect delivery of your Billy Cundiff jersey to go wide left MJD: Not even the Ravens very own website can stop from poking Cundiff with a sharp stick.

The Press: Most intriguing Super Bowl storylines Video:'s Damon Hack, Chris Mannix, Richard Deitsch and Maggie Gray talk about which storylines they're most interested in heading into the Super Bowl.

Harrison Smith turning some heads at Senior Bowl McClure: Notre Dame defensive back might be a good fit for the Bears as he can play both safety spots.

Vikings open to trading No. 3 pick The Vikings haven't discouraged talk of trading their No. 3 overall pick at this year's draft. Could the Bears be interested in trading up? Moon takes a look.

It's Face-Melting Friday: