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Dent to serve as honorary captain

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Bears all-time sack leader Richard Dent, MVP of Super Bowl XX and Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2011 finalist, will serve as the team's honorary captain for Sunday's NFC Championship game at Soldier Field, the team announced.

Dent had 124.5 sacks with the Bears and 137.5 overall, which is tied for sixth best in history, although the NFL didn't start tracking sacks until 1982.

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GREAT MOVE BEARS!!! DENT IS THE MAN! DEFINITELY HALL OF FAME PERFORMER ON THE FOOTBALL FIELD!!! HE WOULD TAKE YOUR HEAD OFF!!! STRONG AS A BEAR!!! DENT =GREAT PRESSURE on the QB!!! ALL DAY, ALL THE TIME !!! A QB'S NIGHTMARE!!! Now that THAT'S SETTLED LET'S GET AFTER THOSE PACKERS!!!! -Percy C. Payne!!!

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