Found November 10, 2011 on
Good morning and welcome to Bear Bites, Grizzly Detail's morning rundown of Bears news.
Read on for Kurt Warner and Ron Jaworski's thoughts on Jay Cutler, a sneak peek at Robbie Gould's locker, how the offensive line is doing, the Lions' smack talk, Earl Bennett's fine and possible payday.
Kurt Warner ranked Jay Cutler as one of the top-five quarterbacks in the league. (NFL Network)
Ron Jaworski has viewed Cutler as one of the best. (Chicago Sun-Times)
Take a peek into Robbie Gould's locker. He likes country music, peach tea and fancy sunglasses. (TimeOut Chicago)
The offensive line is coming along quite nicely now. (Chicago Tribune)
The Lions will keep talk-talk-talking on the field. (ESPN Chicago)
Earl Bennett was fined $5,000 for wearing orange, unapproved cleats on Monday night. (Chicago Tribune)
So it's a good thing that he is next in line for a big payday. (ESPN Chicago)
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Michael Vick, meanwhile...