Love for photography lets Michael McCaskey show bigger picture - Chicago Sun-Times Sean Jensen: The black-and-white photographs are weathered, originally snapped 44 years ago in a remote village in Ethiopia.
No Cutler in survey? Not a good sign - DailyHerald.com Mike Imrem: The Bears need Jay Cutler to be all he can be, but an NFL Network survey indicates that he isn't even among the league's Top 100 players or Top 12 quarterbacks.
NFL.com news: Nearing preseason puts pressure on parties to seal labor deal Albert Breer: Roger Goodell will lead owners back to the bargaining table with the players, but the preseason could be in doubt.
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NFL: Players, owners entering critical week - ESPN John Clayton's Mailbag: If preseason is going to be saved, then sides must finalize labor deal by this weekend.
NFL retirees file complaint against players, NFL - NFL - Yahoo! Sports Jon Krawczynski: While NFL owners and players appear to be inching toward a resolution of the league's long lockout, a group of retired players is clamoring to be more involved in the discussions.
Tribute to Founding Fathers | National Football Post Andrew Brandt: Independence Day homage to Executives, Owners, Coaches, Players and the inventor of football, George Halas.
Herm Edwards gets evangelical at the Rookie Symposium - Shutdown Corner - NFL Blog - Yahoo! Sports Doug Farrar: Herm's not an outstanding analyst, and he's always good for some inspirational talk and a few well-turned inspirational phrases.
ProFootballWeekly.com - The origin and future of the 'Wildcat' Kevin Fishbain: Zone reads, triple option, reverse and passing plays all can be run out of the 'Wildcat'.
ProFootballWeekly.com - Patriots rookie Cannon almost done with cancer treatments Patriots fifth-round draft choice OL Marcus Cannon will complete his chemo therapy this week after being diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in April.
Sean Payton, Tony Romo play some lockout beach football | ProFootballTalk Mike Florio: After about a half an hour, the adults were ready to quit and the kids were screaming for more.