Trestman pleased with productive offseason program - Larry Mayer: With the end of their three-day minicamp Thursday, the Bears completed their offseason program and won't meet again until reporting to training camp July 25 in Bourbonnais. [Video] Minicamp highlights; [Photos].
Bears emerge from minicamp 'injury-free' - Michael C. Wright: The Bears wrapped up their three-day mandatory minicamp without Stephen Paea and Tom Zbikowski, who were both excused for personal reasons.
Trestman speeds up the clock on Cutler - Jeff Dickerson: The Bears spent the entire offseason program working with Jay Cutler on ways to get rid of the football in a more timely manner.
Gannon thinks Cutler, Trestman should develop bond - Larry Mayer: Former NFL QB Rich Gannon excelled in part due to his relationship with Marc Trestman and thinks the Bears will benefit if a similar bond develops between the coach and Cutler.
Hester having to prove his worth as returner - Brad Biggs: No longer working with offense, record-setter believes his legs will be fresher, getting lots of special teams reps in offseason program.
Anderson grabbing opportunities - Dan Pompei: With Marshall, Jeffery limited, former undrafted WR who turned down 53-man roster offers from two teams last season to stay on Bears PS is making team take notice.
Guard James Brown impressing new coaches - Adam L. Jahns: It took a string of injuries and a player to leave to set things in motion for guard James Brown last season. But there has been little to slow his rise since.
Bears minicamp observations - Larry Mayer: Cutler beginning to develop a rapport with Martellus Bennett, who is expected to be a key target in the passing game; Mel Tucker pleased with rookie LBs' progression.
What are the 3 best words in the English language? "Cutler to Marshall."
NFL implements new bag policy - John Breech: Beginning with the 2013 season, only clear plastic, vinyl or PVC bags will be permitted inside NFL stadiums.