Roster analysis: Safeties - Not-Hub Fishbain: In another year that the safety spots are due for an overhaul, with Chris Conte's health uncertain and Ryan Mundy and Brock Vereen not certain to start in 2015, a look at some options in free agency.
Bears mailbag - Is-Hub Arkush's readers' Q&As on building the defense from the inside out, remaining Bears free agents, Lamarr Houston's potential fit in a 3-4, targeting receivers in the middle rounds, and the chances of Josh McCown returning.
Plays that shaped the Bears' season - Michael C. Wright: No. 2: The defense had no answers for Brandon LaFell, Tom Brady and the Patriots' record-setting first half in a 51-23 loss leading into the bye.
[Video] Making the Grade - After the disaster that was the previous regime, the panel take a look ahead to the Bears' management.
Top 25 NFL free agents and where they might end up - Lorenzo Reyes: The Bears could be in the market for help at DE and 3-4 OLB. Pete Prisco: Five under-the-radar free agents to watch.
What's next for Josh McCown? - Dan Wiederer: There’s plenty of familiarity at Halas Hall to determine quickly just what kind of fit there might be for McCown in the Bears’ plans. Moon Mullin: Presents Bears with curious QB situation.
Photos - Brock Vereen was in Arizona to cheer his brother on in the Super Bowl and shared photos of his trip with ChicagoBears.com.
The Business of Football - Andrew Brandt: As we enter the official start of the NFL offseason, 12 offseason predictions about who will get paid, who won’t, and how ongoing controversies will be resolved. John Breech: Storylines to keep tabs on.
Draft preview - Greg Gabriel: Need help on the D-line? Michael Bennett and Nate Orchard might be on your team's board.
Know thy enemy: Packers - Rob Demovsky: Mike McCarthy putting himself in position to have a greater impact on all aspects of the game, hoping to boost league-worst special teams unit.
Know thy enemy: Vikings - Ben Goessling: Promotion of Kevin Warren to COO, placing him in charge of the team's business operations, gives Vikings an executive who could serve as the face of the team in tough situations.