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- Brian Urlacher threw out a first pitch at a Braves spring training game while Daffy Duck looked on in approval. That's a sentence I never thought I'd write. (Chicago Tribune)
- Judging by this interview with Jerry Angelo, the Bears are leaning towards picking an offensive lineman in the first round of the draft. (Side note: huzzah!) But he could also just be messing with our heads. Jerry likes to do that. (ESPN Chicago)
- Michael McCaskey is attending his last owners meetings, as he'll turn over chairmanship of the Bears to his younger brother George in May. He is proud of what the Bears accomplished in his tenure, particularly the string of great quarterbacks the Bears have had. (Chicago Tribune)
- McCaskey plans to spend his retirement exploring his true passion of photography. Check out some of his shots here. (Michael McCaskey)
- Now coaching for the Vikings under Leslie Frazier, Mike Singletary discusses his wild eyes, how losing makes him grumpy and his favorite movie: "Forrest Gump." (Pioneer Press via Windy City Gridiron)