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- Even with the lockout, Jerry Angelo has started to meet with coaches about whom to keep and whom to let go in free agency. That list includes veteran center Olin Kreutz. (Chicago Sun-Times)
- An NFL.com expert thinks that the Bears will draft Grizzly Detail favorite Gabe Carimi. If that happens, there will be many high fives at Grizzly Detail headquarters, and possibly the dance of joy. (ChicagoBears.com)
- If you play Call of Duty on Xbox, Earl Bennett wants to play you. More precisely, Earl Bennett wants to beat you. (Twitter)
- Four draft experts discuss the Bears draft plans. They think Chicago is leaning towards getting an offensive lineman in the first round, but also believe that Jerry Angelo will keep options open. (National Football Post)
- Here's another take on the whole moving-the-kickoff-five-yards kerfuffle, saying that it's not going to make much of a difference. (Windy City Gridiron)
- If there were no pro football on Sunday this fall, would you tune into Pac-12 ball? Or would you prefer a "Law and Order:SVU" marathon? (Yahoo! Sports)