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The Bears Den: February 3, 2012


"...where we've had over 50 concussions. And that's just this week."

Emery to set sights on Bears free agents Mayer: One of the most important items on new general manager Phil Emery's lengthy to-do list is dealing with the 14 Bears players who are due to become free agents.

Durkin: Some Advice Phil Emery Didn’t Ask For Emery’s first order of business will be self-scouting and making decisions on the Bears’ free agents, finding a proven No.1 wide receiver and drafting a defensive cornerstone for the future.

Mullin: Emery Handling New Relationship With Smith Perfectly Emery didn't divulge his master plan, nor did he exert his power over Lovie Smith and the rest of the organization. To one Bears expert, Emery handled himself perfectly.

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Bears: Phil Emery's most important priority Seifert: What should be the top priority for new Chicago Bears general manager Phil Emery?

Bears learned tough lesson on Meriweather Dickerson: When the Patriots cut a player still believed to be in his prime, watch out, because there was probably a good reason behind his release.

Knox makes first comments since fracturing vertebra Wright: Johnny Knox posted on Twitter that he can remember the play "like it was yesterday." Photo: Back Brace

Fact or Fiction: Four Downs with the Dickerson, Wright, Isaacson and Greenberg.

Bowen breaks down defensive prospects Matt Bowen joined David Kaplan to breakdown three defensive prospects from the Senior Bowl this past weekend.

Deitsch: Super Bowl XLVI Viewer's Guide How will NBC cover the Super Bowl on Sunday? Here's the breakdown.

Stephen A. Smith flips off Skip Bayless Chase: Smith lived out an ESPN viewer's fantasy when he flipped the bird to everyone's favorite punching bag, Skip Bayless, during a live segment on "First Take."

Jerry Jones says he has had "50 concussions" Florio: During one of the segments in the debut of Costas Tonight on NBC Sports Network, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones chimed in on a topic that had been addressed before he took the stage.

Face-Melting Friday (NSFW Language warning)