The Chicago Bears huddle in the end zone prior to the start of their game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers December 17, 2006 at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois. The Bears won 34-31 in overtime.
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- Because of the Bears' stability in personnel, president Ted Phillips says they are the team who will have the advantage when the lockout ends. (Chicago Sun-Times)
- Sure, the Redskins beat the Bears in 2010, but in 1940, Chicago beat Washington 73-0 in the most lopsided win in NFL history. Take a closer look at that game, which featured the debut of the T-formation. (Windy City Gridiron)
- Few people understand the effects of an NFL career better than players' wives. Here is one woman's take on what it's like to be married to someone who loves the game and the toll it takes. (The Nation)
- The details of Dave Duerson's autopsy report show he surrounded himself with certificates, medals and an American flag before committing suicide. (Miami New Times)
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