Bears earn good grades in 2011 draft | chicagobears.com Larry Mayer: Only time will tell how the ultimately fared in the 2011 draft.
NFL Draft filled some holes, but Bears still missing big receiver - Chicago Sun-Times Sean Jensen: After the NFL draft, the Bears still have roster holes.
Lions fortify strengths, Packers feeling offensive | CSN Bears Insider John "Moon" Mullin: The Bears can expect to get close-up looks at the two top players in the 2011 draft.
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Mullin: Don't close the door on anything | View From the Moon John Mullin: "We are not shutting the door on any position".
Blowing Smoke and Dinosaurs: The Poetry of Jerry Angelo | NBC Chicago | Grizzly Detail Maggie Hendricks: Jerry Angelo had a big weekend, drafting five players for the Bears, ticking off the Ravens, and pulling off a trade to grab the player they wanted. He also spoke to the media in the way only Jerry Angelo can -- poetically.
Wrapping up the 2011 draft - NFC North Blog - ESPN Kevin Seifert: Cleaning out my notebook with the 2011 NFL draft in the books.
Draft reinforces bodyguard tackle trend - NFL - CBSSports.com - NFLDraftScout.com Len Pasquarelli: The draft certainly offered the latest evidence of the importance of a position not all that long ago regarded as a grunt-type spot.
Leaf to young QBs: Don't do what I did | newsday.com Bob Glauber: , Jake Locker , Blaine Gabbert and other newly drafted young quarterbacks need to hear a cautionary tale from another promising young passer who was anointed with similarly lofty expectations.
Titans' Chris Simms heads to trial in marijuana case - NFL - SI.com NEW YORK (AP) -- A driving-while-high case against backup quarterback was built out of a big misconception, his lawyer told jurors Monday.
Future far from bright for many veterans - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN Adam Caplan: In watching the activity at the recently concluded NFL draft, it looked some teams are planning for there to be no free agency at all.
10 burning questions | National Football Post Joe Fortenbaugh: Let’s run it down.