J'Marcus Webb battling to remain sober as well as for a job - Fred Mitchell: Bears OT vying to be a viable player while on the personal front he confronts substance abuse.
Peter King's MMQB - With the talent leveling off after the top five, many teams decided to draft for need; the Bears will know very quickly if they made the right choice in the first round.
Draft analysis - Larry Mayer: Two prominent NFL draft analysts both think that the Bears may have gotten a steal in the sixth round when they selected Georgia DE Cornelius Washington.
Draft analysis - Dan Pompei: There are many interesting tidbits that can be gleaned from poring over the athletic index scores of the Bears' draft picks.
NFCN Blog - Kevin Seifert: What is the most pressing issue on each NFCN team's agenda? For the Bears, it's getting the offense organized in Marc Trestman's new scheme.
Bears lose pro scouting director to Chiefs - Brad Biggs: Pro scouting director Chris Ballard has departed to accept a promotion with the Chiefs.
Lance Briggs is mighty. Mighty!
NFP Sunday Blitz - Dan Pompei: The evolution of the cornerback position; best undrafted players and a spin around the league.
Draft analysis - Don Banks: Targeting schools or positions at NFL draft ensures strength in numbers. Who knew, Jerry had it right all along.....
Know thy enemies - Dan Pompei: NFCN rivals aren't standing still. were able to stock up well in NFL draft.
Know thy enemy: Packers - Kevin Seifert: Bryan Bulaga might well be the Packers' best option to play LT, but will their best be good enough?
Know thy enemy: Vikings - Chip Scoggins: Regardless of whether they admit it, the Vikings are jettisoning Chris Kluwe partly because they grew tired of his outspokenness.
Know thy enemy: Lions - Josh Katzenstein: Lions will be better on OL but until those holes on the right side are filled, questions of their ceiling in 2013 will remain. Lions Q&A with Anwar S. Richardson.
You want it all but you can't have it...