Cutler’s future looming large for Bears in 2013 - Dave Wischnowsky: There’s little doubt that the Bears have gone all in on Jay Cutler for the 2013 season. But, I can’t help but wonder, is Cutler all in on the Bears?
Peter King's TMQB - NFL draft shouldn't be moved, despite increased hype it will bring; reader mail. Don Banks: Permanent move not popular with teams.
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Briggs trying to move on without former teammates - Moon Mullin: Despite a minicamp and time in OTAs, it is still “very different,” Briggs admitted. Bob LeGere: Tucker running a similar scheme helps.
Briggs inherits Urlacher's leadership role - Brad Biggs: For a guy who says he would like things to remain the same, Lance Briggs sure has embraced change. Plus, more news from OTAs.
[Video] CSNChicago discussion - What to make of Briggs' no-comment on Urlacher?
Bears OTAs - Adam Hoge: Bears players have learned quickly that Trestman isn't going to put up with nonsense during his practices.
Roster notes - Larry Mayer: Classmates at Alief Taylor High School in Houston, Fendi Onobun (84), Cheta Ozougwu (95) and Martellus Bennett (83) have reunited with the Bears.
Fendi Onobun growing as a TE by leaps and bounds - Dan Pompei: Bears hopeful spent formative athletic years as a basketball player before turning to football as a fifth-year senior in college.
Roster notes - Brad Biggs: The numbers are in on the contract for first-round draft pick Kyle Long, who eclipsed $8.3 million in total value for his four-year contract (non-Tribune link).
Bears doing good things - Larry Mayer: Punter Tress Way, a Tulsa native who attended the University of Oklahoma, is eager to return home to Oklahoma to lend a hand.
What's in JWebb's fridge? - Webb posts a pic for his Nation, Maggie Hendricks puts it in Bites. Den > Bites.
Super Bowl at Lambeau? You can't handle it - Kevin Seifert: A Super Bowl at Lambeau Field is like a lot of things: It sounds good in theory but would be miserable in practice for the NFL's highest-paying customers.
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