What can Bears do for defense through draft? - Bob LeGere: When you have as many defensive question marks as they do, adding weapons to an already potent offense is a luxury the Bears can't afford early in the draft.
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Wilson likely to get first crack at No. 3 WR spot - Brad Biggs: Bears must replace Earl Bennett’s playing time with a new WR or make a subtle shift in the offense and not rely on three-receiver sets as often.
Palmer's effort impresses Trestman - Brad Biggs: Bears are considering veterans as they search for a backup to Cutler, but Marc Trestman feels good about what Jordan Palmer showed late in the preseason last year.
Ex-Jet Sanchez now in pool of vet QBs worth Bears’ consideration - Moon Mullin: The Bears may take a flyer on Sanchez because QB coach Matt Cavanaugh knows him from New York, or take a pass because QB coach Matt Cavanaugh knows him from New York.
Bears mailbag - Michael C. Wright answers questions on safeties, Melton, wide receivers, and linebackers.
Draft preview - Brent Sobleski: A good DT is worth his weight in gold. There are multiple first-round prospects in May's NFL draft class, including top-rated prospect Aaron Donald.
Draft preview - Doug Farrar with some underrated third-day draft prospects who could fill holes. Are any of them on the Bears' radar?
Draft preview - Greg Gabriel with a detailed look at two intriguing center prospects.
Mock Draft - Pat Kirwan: The Bears are lacking for a disruptive force inside. Timmy Jernigan's production in college didn't show up in sacks, but he was disruptive. I wonder about his ability to play 60 minutes.
Sun-Times Bears section here.
Ex-Bear news / Know thy enemy: Vikings - Ben Goessling: While Wootton works his way back from a torn hip labrum, the Vikings have little financial exposure in terms of guaranteed money.
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