Offensive coordinator Mike Martz (L) and head coach Lovie Smith of the Chicago Bears watch as their team takes on the Washington Redskins at Soldier Field on October 24, 2010 in Chicago, Illinois.
Good morning and welcome to Bear Bites, your Monday morning rundown of Bears news.
- Bears coaches are staying busy during the lockout with football enrichment activities. (Chicago Tribune)
- Speaking of the coaches, they didn't support the brief the National Football Coaches Association filed in support of the players in the lockout antitrust case. (ChicagoBears.com)
- Long-snapper Patrick Mannelly, one of the Bears most consistent players, isn't so consistent on the golf course. (Chicago Tribune)
- Willie Gault can still run a sub-4.4 forty-yard dash. He'll turn 51 in September. (Daily Herald)
- Gale Sayers and Mike Ditka spent the weekend raising money for retired players who have debilitating injuries from their football days. (Windy City Gridiron)
- During last week's lockout meetings in St. Charles, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was the life of the party at McNally's Irish Pub. (Pro Football Talk)
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