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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)
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