J’Marcus Webb arrested on drug charges, apologizes on Twitter - Adam L. Jahns & Sean Jensen: J’Marcus Webb took to Twitter Wednesday evening to apologize twice after being charged with possession of a controlled substance. Won't be charged.
Bears have options on the OL - Sean Jensen: The Bears’ OL again was among the worst in the NFL so to revamp the team’s beleaguered unit, they need to add at least two players to the mix.
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Webb arrested but won't face drug charges - Brad Biggs: Webb isn't necessarily free and clear from an NFL drug policy standpoint but considering the circumstances a suspension would be a surprise. However, he could be made to enter the NFL's confidential drug program.
Webb's career shouldn't go up in smoke - Bob LeGere: His recent speeding and “weeding” notwithstanding, the much-maligned J’Marcus Webb has actually been a huge bargain for the Bears. Kevin Seifert: Status with team unlikely to change significantly.
Webb's arrest is Trestman's first test - Maggie Hendricks: Marc Trestman has been on the job in Chicago for roughly six weeks, and thanks to a drug charge on J'Marcus Webb, the honeymoon is over.
[Video] CTL discussion - Webb fallout, Bears draft needs, whether or not to extend Cutler's contract.
Polian: Cutler has all the intangibles, too - There has never been a question about Jay Cutler's natural ability, but Bill Polian says he has all the intangibles to be great.
[Video] NFL32OT - Herm Edwards breaks down the best CBs in the NFL and gives Charles Tillman some love.
Draft preview - Dan Pompei: 10 big winners from NFL scouting combine, and which prospects interviewed well?
Free agents - With under two weeks to go, NFP lists its top-50 free agents of 2013.
Know thy enemy: Packers - Chris Burke's offseason preview.
Know thy enemy: Vikings - Kevin Seifert: Vikings never had Alex Smith interest after having made Christian Ponder the No. 12 overall pick in 2011, and are (
handcuffed) committed to him for the foreseeable future.
Know thy enemy: Lions - John Niyo: Simply put, the Lions can't keep pretending the revolving door in the secondary isn't a primary concern.
Steven Schweickert's guest videogames video week: "Battle Hymn of the Soul: Another final battle theme, and another remix of music elsewhere in the game - and one of my favorite songs in any video game. It's a remix of the Aria of the Soul, which is the Velvet Room theme. It just really fits with the flow of the final battle itself - heavy, at times frantic, very tense, and yet oh so damn satisfying when you win the fight. Alternate selection for the day is "Memories of the School" (also from P3).