Bears make plans in case of a lockout

Updated: March 4, 2011, 4:45 PM ET
By Michael C. Wright |

Despite the NFL and union agreeing on Friday to extend the collective bargaining agreement for seven days, the Chicago Bears have made contingency plans in the case of a lockout.

The Bears, who met on Monday to discuss plans, will not have any layoffs, furloughs or pay cuts, according to a league source. But if games are missed, some employees will experience pay cuts between 15-25 percent, dependent upon the employee's level.

Michael C. Wright covers the Bears for and ESPN 1000.

Michael C. Wright

ESPN Chicago Bears reporter