Lance Briggs reacts while taking on the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship Game at Soldier Field on January 23, 2011.
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Lance Briggs is already looking forward to the team's game in London and loves that the game is reaching an international scale. (National Football Post)
Looking for a road trip? Take the 325-mile drive to Jay Cutler's hometown of Santa Claus, Ind., for a fundraiser on May 14. (Chicago Sun-Times)
Participation in the Hall of Fame game means the Bears will get an extra week of training camp, which could give the Bears an edge if minicamps and off-season workouts are canceled by the lockout. (Chicago Tribune)
Should the Bears sign Randy Moss? Of course not. But the discussion imagining him in navy and orange could be fun. (Windy City Gridiron)
One area where the owners and players will likely agree is on a rookie wage scale. The Bears have paid out first-round busts Cedric Benson, Michael Haynes and David Terrell more than $30 million in guaranteed money over the past 10 years. (Chicago Sun-Times)
The lockout has not canceled the popular Bears youth camps. Sign your child up for some football now to receive a $25 discount. (ChicagoBears.com)