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The Bears Den: March 9, 2012

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Kiper praises top QBs in NFL Draft Mayer: ESPN analyst Mel Kiper Jr. had very positive things to say about the top quarterback prospects in the upcoming NFL Draft Thursday during a conference call with reporters.

Free agency problem: Finding winners Moon: A main goal in free agency is to acquire big-name players that will help bring a championship to the organization. So, how does that affect the Bears' quest for Vincent Jackson or Mario Williams?

Jackson could come with a catch for the Bears Andracki: Free agent wide receiver Vincent Jackson could come with a catch should the Bears actively pursue the 29-year-old Pro Bowler.

WCG.Twitter. Get some.

Bears free agents: Who stays, who goes? Which Bears free agents will return and which are likely gone? Me tienes que decir me debo ir o quedarme.

Three-and-out: Bears' free agency outlook Nate Davis has a brief snapshot of Chicago's roster and considerations heading into free agency.

The Emery Board: Luke Kuechler Hendricks: Pardon me, Phil Emery, but we have a few suggestions for the draft. Bears Should Say No Thanks to Finnegan

Should the Bears make a run at Mario Williams? Bowen: Williams and Peppers together? That's a true pass rush. Is Stephen Hill more than a vertical threat?

NFC North free-agency primer With free agency rapidly approaching Tuesday, Kevin Seifert breaks down the key free agents in the NFC North.

15 free agents to avoid Cap money burning a hole in your pocket? Gregg Rosenthal has some buyer beware options. Report: Official salary cap figure to be released Friday.

Foster gets $20.75 million in real guarantees Florio: Somewhere, Matt Forte and Ray Rice are feeling pretty good right now.

2011 Run Stop Percentage: Interior Defensive Linemen Khaled Elsayed looks at 2011's best and worst interior defensive linemen using PFF's Signature Stat: Run Stop Percentage.

Older, prominent QBs rarely fare well in their new homes. Well, maybe Rest Homes: Byrne: As Peyton Manning looks for a new home after 14 years with the Colts, it's important to remember one thing: It rarely ends well for the great ones, especially the quarterbacks. Oh, and Brent Favre...hahahaha!

Tasty blast from the stash: