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Bear Bites: Goodbye, Sweet Caleb



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    So long, farewell, auf wiedersehn, good night.

    Good morning and welcome to Bear Bites, your morning rundown of Chicago Bears news. Read on to find out about a departure, more on the Saints' bounty scandal, franchise tags affecting free agency, and a rap about an indicted former Bear.

    • Report: The Bears will part ways with back-up quarterback Caleb Hanie after he disappointed when filling in for Jay Cutler. (ESPN Chicago)
    • Former Bear and Saint Alex Brown defended his New Orleans offensive coordinator. (Chicago Tribune)
    • Stiff penalties on the New Orleans bounty scandal will make the NFL safer, not softer. (Chicago Tribune)
    • Franchise tagged players will limit Chicago's free agent options. (ESPN Chicago)
    • Randy Moss' workout with the Saints could mean good things for the Bears. (CSN Chicago)
    • Lovie Smith backs Barack Obama in the presidential election. (Chicago Tribune)
    • Someone wrote a rap about Sam Hurd's "drug empire." Extremely not safe for work lyrics. (Kissing Suzy Kolber)