Top 5 Bears You've Gotta Follow on Twitter

The best tweeters on the team, guaranteed

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    Tommie Harris, the Bears' best Tweeter.

    It's preseason: do you know where your Chicago Bears are?

    Some of them are on Twitter, and the tweets provide plenty of color. The Bears have been a little slow to pick up on the trend -- no Bears player is as interactive as the Bengals' Chad Ochocinco -- but there are several players you should click the follow button on.

    Tommie Harris
    : Not surprisingly, the Bear who has the rep of being the most fan-friendly is also one of the better Twitterers to follow. Harris sends out jokes, replies to fans and gives updates on his health. 

    Desmond Clark
    : The tight end talks about his internet radio show on Twitter, but also discusses training camp and his family.

    Chris Harris
    : Did you know that the safety is a bowler? You would if you followed him on Twitter. Harris describes himself as a bowler, music lover and safety for the Chicago Bears. Music and football are the main subjects that he tweets about. When he left practice on Saturday with a back injury, he reassured followers that it was just a sprain.

    Earl Bennett: He has posted everything from video of Chris Harris and Tommie Harris performing "I Ain't Mad Atcha" to contests for followers to win free shirts. Bennett may not be the receiver that Bears fans have been hoping for, but he'll at least make us laugh on Twitter.

    Peggy Kusinski: Wait, she's not on the Bears ... No, she's not, but our Bears reporter will keep you updated on all the goings-on in Bourbonnais, plus injury reports, depth charts and other tidbits that might not make the air on NBC.

    Other accounts to check in on: Jay Cutler, Matt Forte, Greg Olsen and Devin Hester.