FridayJC's INTERACTIVE Chat: Spend some time with the publisher of Bear Report, as he reviews three days of minicamp action at Halas Hall with a two-hour chat session. It all starts at noon Central time Friday. To participate, CLICK HERE.
What We Learned: Now that veteran minicamp is in the rearview mirror, what do we know now about the Bears that we may not have known before? To read JC's top five observations from Halas Hall, CLICK HERE.
BR Twitter Tweets: If there's a nugget that's not quite worthy of its own story but still needs to be mentioned, chances are it will get dropped in the BBB via Twitter. To read all the quick hits coming out of Lake Forest, CLICK HERE.
ThursdayMinicamp Report: Thursday: While he won't push Kyle Orton for the No. 1 job, Caleb Hanie looks like a reliable No. 2 option at QB. To read about what actually happened on the practice field at Halas Hall, CLICK HERE.
Bears Get Maclin: In the annual Scout.com intersite mock draft, JC was able to land Missouri wide receiver Jeremy Maclin for the Bears at 18th overall in Round 1. To read more about the selection, CLICK HERE.
WednesdayMinicamp Report: Wednesday: The offensive line has already made a big change, as newcomer Frank Omiyale is now the starter at right tackle. To read about what actually happened on the practice field at Halas Hall, CLICK HERE.
Dealing for Cutler not Angelo's Style: If you're a Bears fan and you honestly believe Jerry Angelo is going to deal for Jay Cutler any time soon, think again. To read JC's take on this ridiculous rumor, CLICK HERE.
TuesdayMinicamp Report: Tuesday: The Bears were officially back at work for the first time since the 2008 regular season ended. To read about what actually happened on the practice field at Halas Hall, CLICK HERE.
Receivers Ready to Get '09 Started: Wideouts Rashied Davis and Brandon Rideau understand there is a lot of pressure on their position this season, so they're happy to get started early. To read what they had to say at minicamp, CLICK HERE.
MondayPlayers to Watch: John Crist puts together his list of the five Midway Monsters he is most interested in seeing on the practice field this week. To read more about who he feels can shape the rest of the offseason, CLICK HERE.
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