Can Pace's draft successes translate from New Orleans? - Not-Hub Atkins: In New Orleans, Ryan Pace and Josh Lucas won on more draft picks and signings than they lost. What does it project for their time in Chicago?
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2015 Draft notes
Draft preview: OLB - Patrick Finley: This year’s draft class is teeming with pass-rushers but the Bears might not draft one, with their three most expensive outside free agent signings of the past two years due to play the position.
Draft preview - Greg Gabriel takes a look at some overrated prospects, including two edge rushers often linked to the Bears' top pick.
[Video] - Is-Hub Arkush: USC DT Leonard Williams might be the top-rated pick of the 2015 Draft.
Kiper: Drafting WR safe move for Bears - Patrick Finley: Mel Kiper thinks the Bears will draft West Virginia wide receiver Kevin White with the seventh overall pick in next week's NFL Draft.
[Video] - Is-Hub Arkush: In what shapes up as a strong year for running backs, Indiana's Tevin Coleman might be the top rated in the 2015 Draft.
Gruden: Given Cutler's contract, Bears need a young QB - The Bears Den: April 22, 2015 - All the latest and best offseason Jay Cutler pissing contests ... Adam L. Jahns: Tyler Wilson to join QB group in Bears minicamp.
What we learned about Bears schedule - Larry Mayer: The Bears will open at home for the sixth straight season, hosting the Packers in a season opener for just the third time in the storied rivalry between the teams ... breakdown ... by the numbers ... 2015 opponent capsules.
[Video] ChicagoBears.com - Jeff Joniak and Larry Mayer break down the Bears' 2015 schedule.
Thoughts, analysis on Bears 2015 schedule - Brad Biggs, Rich Campbell and Dan Wiederer give their thoughts on the Bears schedule. More from: Dan Wiederer ... Adam L. Jahns ... Dan Durkin ... Is-Hub Arkush ... Moon Mullin ... Jeff Dickerson ... Chris Wesseling: Bears-Packers highlights Thanksgiving tripleheader ... Chris Chase: NFL ruins Thanksgiving with awful slate of games.
[Audio] NFL Draft Roundtable - Adam Hoge is joined by Dan Wiederer, Adam L. Jahns and Not-Hub Fishbain for a one-hour roundtable discussion previewing the draft.
[Video] SportsTalk Live - Bears' 2015 schedule released.
Butkus: Bears firings bucked thrifty trend - Patrick Finley: Based on years of history, Dick Butkus didn't expect George McCaskey to fire Marc Trestman or Phil Emery in December. Moon Mullin: Butkus nearly went to Broncos [even less lacking in any content worth reading than Moon's usual work; I only link out of completeness - Den].
Best/worst first-round picks since 2000: No. 4 - Jeff Dickerson serves up Tommie Harris and Chris Williams.
Our favorite memories of Doug Buffone - Former Bears great's 670 The Score colleagues share their stories ... service to be held on Friday ... Mike Greenberg's tribute [with link to Audio] ... photogallery from Hub-or-not-Hub.com.
[Video] Inside the Bears - The Bears selected Mike Ditka fifth overall in the 1961 draft, but the Hall of Fame tight end thought another team was going to draft him to play linebacker.
The hidden economics in the 1st round of the NFL Draft - Joel Corry: The adoption of a rookie wage scale after the 2011 lockout drastically reduced salaries at the top of the NFL Draft, changing the landscape of picks in the first round.
Know thy enemies - The ESPN NFC North bloggers take a look at the schedules for the Packers [predictions], Lions [predictions], and Vikings [predictions].
Know thy enemy: Packers - Ross Jones: The Packers' core beliefs are stockpiling draft picks, picking good players and giving contract extensions to the ones who prove themselves worthy; expect them to stay the course and pick the best player.
Know thy enemy: Vikings - Andrew Brandt: The tension has become personal between Adrian Peterson's agent and the team, and it's unlikely AP will ever play another down for the Vikings.
Bears Vikings doing good things - Jason Rowan: Vikings receiver Charles Johnson was among the nearly 300 people who attended a 10 year-old girl's party after invitees decline.