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The Bears Den: February 7, 2012


"...where we're getting #15 out of storage...and probably putting it back in storage."

Giants give Bears a model Steve Rosenbloom hopes that the Bears' new so-called general manager watched the Super Bowl , as the Bears traditionally have done for 44 of the previous 46 years.

Brandon Marshall would relish reunion with buddy Jay Cutler Jensen: If Marshall is going to be a Bear in 2012, then they will have to trade for the Dolphins WR.

Dungy believes Bears close to Super Bowl contention Lynn: How close are the Bears to enjoying the success of the New York Giants and winning a Super Bowl? Tony Dungy believes they're not far off. Bears Anthony Adams Talks Chicago Super Bowl

WCG is on Twitter: Tweet 'til you puke!

Offseason position preview: Quarterback In his first installment of a 10-part series, Michael C. Wright reviews every Bears position group on offense and defense, while also taking a quick look at potential free agent targets and the top prospects in the upcoming NFL draft.

Manningham a good catch for Bears? Dickerson: While it's unlikely he would solve all the Bears' issues at receiver, Manningham would certainly upgrade a group that failed to have a single member crack 40 catches or 750 yards last year.

McShay sees Bears drafting Baylor WR Mayer: In his latest mock draft, ESPN's Todd McShay is predicting that the Bears will select Baylor receiver Kendall Wright with the 19th pick in the first round.

2012 NFL Mock Draft Rotoworld's Evan Silva and Josh Norris predict the first round and analyze each pick.

Patriots' Tom Brady added to his legacy Rosenberg: Brady took an otherwise nondescript Patriots team to the brink of a championship, and he played well Sunday. Hey, Gisele: Leave the football to Tom!

Shirtless Light, Gronk dance at Pats SB party? They might not be acting like Wes Welker was late on Sunday night, but it's also not illegal to dance at a Super Bowl party.

Brett Favre Didn’t Miss Playing This Season Until the Playoffs Rolled Around Favre admits that he actually burned out mentally before doing so physically and that he enjoyed watching football but not being a part of it.

Because Tom Brady is so stupid! (Incredible loudness warning so watch the volume!!!):