Reevaluating Bears needs on defense - Not-Hub Arkush takes a look at where the Bears' needs remain after the first week of free agency, position by position.
NFL to turn Chicago into 'Draft Town' - (ChicagoBears.com): When Chicago hosts the NFL Draft April 30-May 2, the league will bring unprecedented free fan experiences, flag football competitions, musical entertainment and autograph sessions to the Windy City. John Breech: Day 3 picks to be announced all over the country.
Bears sign Dante Rosario to one-year deal - Adam L. Jahns: The Bears’ special teams are where Rosario is needed most, reprising his role as a staple on all four special teams the past two years.
Bears above average in available salary-cap space - Jeff Dickerson: The Bears have $15,226,038 worth of salary-cap space, according to the most recent figures released by the NFLPA.
Bears mailbag - Is-Hub Arkush's readers' Q&As on whether Jared Allen is movable, Roberto Garza's job security, a possible three-headed backfield, and if John Fox can coax the best out of Jay Cutler.
Draft preview - Dan Durkin profiles Nebraska’s Randy Gregory: A projected top-20 selection, his physical tools are intriguing, but he has durability concerns and his motor runs hot and cold on film.
Bears battling for NCAA bragging rights - Larry Mayer: Current and former Bears players (plus one senior writer) have filled out their NCAA Basketball Tournament brackets and will battle for bragging rights on ChicagoBears.com ... Gallery: Players' schools in the tourney.
Draft preview - Greg Gabriel: In a strong draft for interior defensive linemen, Oklahoma’s Jordan Phillips and Texas’ Malcom Brown are expected to go somewhere in the middle of the first round. Marc Sessler: What you need to know.
13 replay review changes on the docket for NFL meetings - Lindsay H. Jones: Bears submit a proposal to alter overtime rules to ensure both teams get a possession.
Know thy enemy: Vikings - Ben Goessling: Adrian Peterson's agent may be trying to stoke trade talks for his client by releasing a statement that the Vikings don't intend to release him.
Jennifer Garner: Ben Affleck cried when Patriots won Super Bowl - This might make Kev's head explode, I dunno. I'll put it here anyway.