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The Bears Den: March 2, 2012

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"...where it's never easy to say good-bye, and yet it is."

Bears say goodbye to Adams, Omiyale Mayer: The Bears on Thursday released defensive tackle Anthony Adams and offensive lineman Frank Omiyale. Because nothing is official until the Mayer says it is.

Bears clear salary-cap space by releasing Adams, Omiyale Biggs: Releasing defensive tackle Anthony Adams and offensive lineman Frank Omiyale cleared $3.15 million in salary-cap space for the Bears, who are believed to have a little more than $28 million in space with free agency 11 days away. Cha-ching!

Omiyale release ends three yo-yo years for the veteran O-lineman Moon: Omiyale’s departure finishes a three-year run in Chicago marked by sharp changes of fortune.

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"Trailblazer Award" for Bears Care Moon: Israel Idonije and Dave Anderson, president of the Bears Care Board of Directors, will accept the "Trailblazer Award" on behalf of Bears Care Thursday. Bears talk on CTL

No Forte tag yet may be a good sign Wright: The Bears haven't used the franchise tag, which may be good news for Forte.

NFP Launching Online Scouting Class this Summer The National Football Post is launching their first-ever online scouting course this summer. This might be cool so someone needs to do it and tell everybody else what you learned.

Who might be ‘mystery’ team in Robert Griffin III sweepstakes? Burke: Peter King wrote earlier this week that the Rams were open to trading their No.2 pick to a team interested in taking a shot at RGIII. King also reported that a "team you would never expect" had inquired about the spot.

How to Value NFL Draft Picks There's been a good bit of discussion here at WCG on potential trade scenarios for the Bears in the upcoming NFL Draft. ESPN beat writer Michael C. Wright tweeted a link to this article which you might find helpful in finding value.

Referee hits coach during youth basketball game, claims self-defense A referee punched a coach on Sunday during a second-grade basketball game at Pope John Paul II High School, according to a Hendersonville Police Department report.

'Open the Gate Up':