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The Bears Den: February 1, 2012

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"...where we'll give you a standing boo."

Bears intrigued with Emery from the start Mayer: The depth of Phil Emery's plan to build the Bears into a champion wasn't all that convinced Ted Phillips that Emery was the right man for the GM job. One-on-One: Phil Emery

Phillips feels Emery will set the bar high Mayer: In an exclusive video interview, Bears president and CEO Ted Phillips discussed how new general manager Phil Emery will impact the organization moving forward.

Biggs: Bears Will Provide Emery With Resources He Needs WSCR: Though Phil Emery can't fire Lovie Smith, the Bears are going to do everything in their power so he can succeed.

Quotes: GSH: "Nobody who ever followed WCG on Twitter regretted it."

Phillips on Forte: He's going to be a Bear Lynn: On Tuesday's edition of Chicago Tribune Live, Bears president Ted Phillips explained the extent of new GM Phil Emery's power, the future of Matt Forte and upcoming free agency. Bears Video: GM Speak

Bowen: Emery To Put Focus Back On Draft WSCR: Angelo is out now, and his replacement is Phil Emery, a longtime scout and talent evaluator.

Emery to bring philosophical change to Bears Wright: Phil Emery wants to build a draft-driven front office. Giants' Ross on Emery: 'It's all about fit'

Fewell saw more opportunity in New York Perry Fewell was almost Lovie Smith's defensive coordinator.

Can Emery judge Bears coaches? Rosenbloom: Phil Emery got so revved up that he forgot reality.

Bears spared Giants, Pats by picking Emery as GM Jensen: A day after the Bears introduced Phil Emery as their general manager, executives from the two Super Bowl teams were relieved two of their staff members aren’t headed to Halas Hall.

Marshall Faulk defends Bear Mike Martz - ESPN Chicago Dickerson: Marshall Faulk fiercely defended his former St. Louis Rams coach and ex-Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz, saying the now retired playcaller was forced to work with lesser talent during a two-year stint with the Bears.

Super Bowl Media Day Over The Years

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