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The Bears Den: March 13, 2012

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"...where it's the champagne of dens."

NFL free agency facts and figures With NFL free agency beginning on Tuesday, The Mayer has a primer of relevant information.

Bidding for star-studded free agents begins Tuesday Pompei: Bears believed to have interest in, well, basically everybody. Get your popcorn...and your checkbook...ready!

Bears couldn’t lose by adding Texans free agent Williams Sean Jensen says the Bears should concentrate their efforts on one player: Mario Williams. Sources: Bears "favorite" to land DE Williams.

This might be a good day to follow WCG on Twitter.

Bears can't afford a luxury There's the parade. Here's David Haugh unzipping his fly.

Wide receiver tops Bears' needs in free agency, draft Brad Biggs ranks the Bears' needs.

Beyond DE and WR, Bears will not be idle Moon: While the Bears have two major needs to address this offseason, secondary needs at cornerback, tight end and quarterback will be addressed. Video: Moon on Mario...and more!

NFC North Quick Hits Kevin Seifert has a collection of NFC North newsbits sorted and mercilessly pinned to a sheet of styrofoam for your viewing pleasure.

Looking for a safety? Landry should top the list Bowen: In a 'light' free agent class, Landry is the best option. Like 'Miller' light.

Cap-less crackdown: NFL comes down on Redskins, Cowboys Andrew Brandt revisits the salary crap that went down and stuff.

Diamond: In free agency, teams must find gambles they're willing to make As this year's NFL free agency period opens, teams will be wrestling with age-old issues: risk vs. reward, talent vs. trouble, injury history, how a player fits in the team's current locker room and whether that player is worth potentially overpaying if his price rises in the open market. It's all part of the game of March.

Randy Moss signs one-year deal with 49ers Farrar: For a team that went 13-3 in the regular season and came very close to the Super Bowl, the 49ers had one glaring need coming into the offseason. They had to upgrade their receiver corps to bridge that small gap between them and the big dance. So get your popcorn...um, sorry wrong guy.

How not to vent if the Bears make you angry today: