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The Bears Den: February 16, 2012


"...where you can groove with a pict."

Bears host a health and safety seminar Mayer: The Bears welcomed dozens of special visitors to Halas Hall to discuss an important safety issue that impacts football players from pee wee leagues to the pros.

Bears lose a treasured old pro in trainer Tim Bream Haugh: Players and management alike appreciated the personal and professional touch he now brings to his alma mater, Penn State.

Exit Interview: Bears hope 2012 isn't another star-crossed season The Bears were riddled with injuries last season. With stars like Brian Urlacher not getting any younger, Chicago can't afford to waste another promising season, Elliot Harrison writes.

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Increase in touchbacks led to significant decrease in NFL concussions on kickoffs Biggs: Percentage revealed at Chicago Bears' NFL Health and Safety forum Wednesday for coaches and players from area schools. And in other news, less driving reduces the chances of wrecking your car.

Reader Q&A: Dan Pompei's Bears mailbag Come get some mailbag.

Offseason position outlook: Linebackers Michael C. Wright continues his position outlook with the linebackers.

Cris Carter thinks Moss, Bears make good fit Andracki: One day after ripping Randy Moss, Cris Carter said he believes Moss and the Bears would make a good fit.

Florio: Bears Can Benefit From Effects Of Lockout WSCR: Teams such as the Bears, who have roughly $20 million in cap space, can be the beneficiaries of the lockout.

DraftWatch: Mel Kiper mock 2.0 Kevin Seifert checks in on Mel Kiper's second mock draft of the mock draft season. Bowen: Five guys to watch at NFL Combine

Receiver Roulette Brandt: Five top level wide-outs set to hit the market.

Fake Jon Gruden explains Ron Jaworski’s departure from Monday Night Football Chase: Fake Jon Gruden heard the news about Ron Jaworski's reassignment from "Monday Night Football" and opened up to Shutdown Corner about it.

Flynn could go from making $600,000 a year to $9 million annually Diamond: Green Bay backup Matt Flynn ready to prove he can lead a franchise.

Sporting events ought not to be sullied by public marriage proposals Morrissey: If the proposal is the most exciting part of your marriage, you are in deep trouble.