Dec 30, 2012; Detroit, MI, USA; Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (6) hands off to running back Matt Forte (22) during the fourth quarter against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. Chicago won 26-24. Mandatory Credit: Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports

Bear Dawn: Your Chicago Bears Links for May 31, 2013

It was a pretty slow day in Chicago Bears news.  I guess everyone is still a little hung over from the big Blackhawks win on Wednesday night.  But fear not, there are still some Bears stories to consider.  Here are your Chicago Bears links for May 31, 2013: 

Chicago Bears legend Gale Sayers celebrated his 70th birthday on Thursday.  He was a trailblazer when he came back off an ACL injury back then.  For you youngsters out there, it’s like Adrian Peterson did last season, coming off a bum knee in record time, except back then, players didn’t come back from torn knee ligaments.  Enjoy some highlights of the Kansas Comet:

NFL Network is debating who is more important to the Bears offense, Jay Cutler or Matt Forte?  What do you think???

Our friends over at Grizzly Detail looked at the top performing Chicago Bears jersey numbers.   Any post that can work in Jim McMahon, Dan Hampton, Tom Waddle, Jim Flanigan Doug Buffone and Ed O’Bradovich into the same article is fine by me.

Fantasy Football is right around the corner.  Yahoo Sports is open for business and has their Top 200 rankings already posted.  They’ve also ranked Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall as the #14 player to have in 2013.  Methinks that’s a bit low. Doesn’t Yahoo know that Marc Trestman is running the show?

Robbie Gould is hosting a charity golf tournament to benefit his Goulden Touch foundation starting today.  It’s chalked full of celebrities including Chicago Bears past and present.  You can learn more about Robbie’s charitable endeavors here.

Tweet of the day goes to Matt Forte.  He’s doing his offseason workouts Sweetness style:




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