NFL’s best show Bears alternatives for the '3' of '3-4' - Moon Mullin: With top 3-4 defenses making use of lighter linemen up front, the Bears may be closer to staffing the 3-4 according to coordinator Vic Fangio than assumed.
10 thoughts - Mark Potash: Bears still have options if Dante Fowler is out of reach; more thoughts from the combine; early predictions on roster moves and priorities for free agency and the draft.
Team notes from NFL Combine - Adam L. Jahns: Thin pickings at Safety in both free agency and the draft; Adam Gase open to working with Jay Cutler; Bears reportedly looking at interior O-linemen, met with RB projected to go in 2nd round.
Bears' options from Indy increase in some spots, not others - Chris Boden: Like his fellow mock drafters, Josh Norris is confident the Bears will have a tough time missing a quality pick to begin their selections.
[Video] - Is-Hub Arkush and Not-Hub Atkins take a look at potential free agent and draft pick roster fillers for the Bears.
[Video] SportsTalk Live - Discussing Bears' plans with No. 7 pick.
'Workout warriors' impress at combine - Bob LeGere: Some of the times and numbers posted by this year's participants were exceptional, including the best-ever broad jump by a little-known Georgia receiver. 5 local players who made impact at combine.
[Video] Inside the Bears - Anthony Adams plays the 'Whisper Challenge' game, where fans wear noise canceling headphones and try to guess what Spice is saying.
Ex-Bear news - David Haugh: All the world's a stage for budding actor and former Bear Thomas Jones, who remains forever grateful to Lovie Smith and Jerry Angelo for the opportunity to kickstart his career.
Analytics wins out over Combine "measurables" - Ross Tucker: Physical traits are important, but a high skill set is way more valuable.
Know thy enemy: Lions - Michael Rothstein: The Zephyr tracker and the Zebra technology have combined to give the Lions a still-emerging picture of how deep analytics could go.
Know thy enemy: Vikings - Ben Goessling: The Vikings use analytics as a tool but, for GM Rick Spielman and head coach Mike Zimmer, the tape still takes precedent.