Bears receivers strive to be the best - Larry Mayer: Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery will report to training camp next week looking to build on a record-breaking 2013 season, while Marquess Wilson seeks to earn the no.3 role.
Training camp snapshot: Linebackers - Dan Wiederer: Development of Shea McClellin and Jon Bostic will be a priority for new position coach Reggie Herring.
Bears 2014 training camp preview: Defensive Ends - Not-Hub Arkush: The offseason saw major turnover at the position, with only David Bass and Cornelius Washington returning to compete and both may be long shots to make the 53.
Rookie watch - Michael C. Wright: Kyle Fuller's versatility might be his most impactful asset as a rookie, potentially affording the Bears a higher level of diversity in terms of play calls.
Training camp snapshot: Running backs - Rich Campbell: Bears boast a workhorse in Matt Forte; Ka'Deem Carey, Jordan Lynch will be worth watching in camp.
Rookie watch - James Neveau: The Bears are well-stocked at running back, but Jordan Lynch could potentially make the team as a special teams player out of training camp.
Roster analysis: O-line - Moon Mullin: The reconstruction of the O-line was arguably one of the most successful one-season makeovers in franchise annals. The Bears were the only team to rank in the top 10 for both sack percentage and rushing average.
[Video] ChicagoBears.com - With a multitude of weapons at his disposal and another year of experience in the system, Jay Cutler makes a strong case to be drafted to your fantasy football team.
Ex-Bears doing good things - Not-Hub Paras: Two '85 Bears come to LITH to support ovarian cancer awareness.
Sun-Times Bears section here.
Know thy enemy: Packers - Rob Demovsky: Packers aim to run 75 plays on offense per game in 2014, reducing chances for opposing defenses to adjust.
Know thy enemy: Lions - Dave Dye: Lions embrace Jim Caldwell's calm, collected approach to coaching.
Candlejack called it: die Scorpions!