Emery busy, and he’s not done yet - Bob LeGere: Phil Emery hasn't finished shuffling the deck, but the whirlwind of activity already has reshaped the 2013 roster on both sides of the ball.
Why Bears don't have to be done shopping - Brad Biggs: In a productive weekend the Bears added two starting LBs and a safety that will compete for a job, and there is no reason to believe Phil Emery is done yet.
Peter King's MMQB - Elvis Dumervil's deal with Baltimore the first offseason positive for Super Bowl champions.
New Bears LBs ready to fill in gaps - Adam L. Jahns: DJ Williams and James Anderson are ecstatic to be joining Lance Briggs to make a pretty formidable — and experienced — trio of LBs. Q&A with James Anderson.
LB changes mark beginning of new-look Bears - Maggie Hendricks: It's been seven years since the Bears were in a Super Bowl, and nearly 30 years since they have brought the Lombardi Trophy back. They could be swinging big and missing badly, but be happy that they are swinging at the pitch.
Bears replace Urlacher with a risk - Steve Rosenbloom: D.J. Williams has trouble staying out of trouble, which could haunt the Bears during the season.
Aaron Rodgers believes Bears will miss Urlacher - "Against the Bears, you never had to worry about cheap shots around the pile or after the whistle. They played the right way, and it was led by Brian." Brad Biggs: Bears LB starts over the past 10 years.
Scott signing deepens OL - Moon Mullin: If the Bears wanted to keep pressure on Webb to continue improving his game, they could have done a lot worse than Jonathan Scott.
Roster notes - Brad Biggs with contract details for TE Steve Maneri.
ESPN Chatwrap - Michael C. Wright's Q&A session on all things Bears.
Bears facing major 'one-year' squeeze - Moon Mullin: Most of the FA signings and many of their own current players are only signed through to the end of the 2013 season.
Free agency - Gregg Rosenthal breaks down how free agency has impacted the NFC.
Will Bears, Broncos pay for losses? - Alex Marvez: Bears, Broncos roll the dice letting big-name players leave.
Free agency - Bucky Brooks' top moves in free agency involves several names of interest to the NFCN.
Know thy enemy: Packers - Brad Biggs: Packers keeping Finley, paying playmaking TE $3 million roster bonus Tuesday.
Know thy enemy: Vikings - Two writers from the Daily Norseman debate whether or not the team should pursue Brian Urlacher.
I got a little caught up in bringing you all the joys of ChristHass and missed this at the time... but in the wake of Anthony "Spice" Adams' retirement from the NFL, we take this opportunity to enjoy his brand of humo(u)r.