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- Arkansas offensive lineman DeMarcus Love is the latest prospect to work out for the Bears. With a head coach named Lovie, wouldn't that get confusing? (Chicago Tribune)
- George McCaskey will take over for his brother Michael as the chairman of the Bears this May, and the Bears expect him not to "skip a beat." (Chicago Sun-Times)
- Does Aaron Rodgers have any effect on the Bears' draft strategy? (Windy City Gridiron)
- Add Chris Harris to the chorus of players who are against the kickoff rule changes. Harris believes that leaving the two-man wedge is dangerous. (Hitman Harris)
- A fan and personal seat license holder in Cleveland has had enough of the lockout, so he's suing the NFL. (Pro Football Talk)
- If you want to feel slapped in the face, watch this 2010-in-review video from the NFL. The Bears, NFC North Champs and one of the NFL's final four, barely make an appearance until the playoff game against Green Bay. It doesn't even have one of Hester's return TDs, despite the fact that he broke a record this season. On the other hand, don't watch it. (NFL)