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The Bears Den: February 13, 2012

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"...where we don't have character concerns (we've met our quota!)"

Bears trainer going back to alma mater Mayer: Bears head athletic trainer Tim Bream is leaving the team after 19 seasons to return to his alma mater, Penn State, in a similar role.

One year after his suicide, Dave Duerson's family still trying to cope Pompei: Friday marks the one-year anniversary of the day former Bears safety Dave Duerson took his life, and it's a year his family would like to forget.

Adams: Emery knows what it takes Krinch: Bears defensive tackle Anthony Adams is excited about new GM Phil Emery and thinks his experience will lead to future success with the Bears.

Attention all multiple Grammy winning potential Left Tackles: Follow WCG on Twitter.

Wife of former Bears DT Tommie Harris dead at 29 Jensen: Ashley Harris died two days after she entered an Oklahoma hospital because of a stroke or a brain aneurism.

Should Bears welcome Wayne? Lynn: If the Bears decide the receiving corps will require a drastic overhaul, Wayne presents an intriguing option.

Offseason position outlook: Guard/center Emcee Wright continues his offseason outlook by spotlighting guards and centers.

Mel Kiper Jr.: Replacing aging stars Kevin Seifert passes along three players in The NFC Norris whose eventual replacement should comprise a part of his team's offseason.

2011 Tackling: The Cornerbacks PFF's Sam Monson discusses 2011's best and worst tackling corners. D.J. Moore. Huh. Tim Jennings. Huh.

Hall of Fame probability of active players Mike Beacom analyzes the Hall of Fame chances for 100 current players.

Giants learned a long time ago of Eli Manning's poise, toughness Peter King's Monday Morning QB.

T.O.: I've fallen into that villain category Receiver says character concerns kept him out of NFL in 2011.

"The Scientist":