Martellus Bennett rejoins teammates at minicamp - Larry Mayer: Everything's sunshine and roses. Move along, nothing to see here.
Bennett speaks but offers few answers about Bears future - Dan Wiederer: With both Ryan Pace and John Fox unified in their vision to build around team-first players, Bennett's free-spirited and sometimes self-involved personality will take some time to decode. Is-Hub Arkush: Is Marty here to stay? Moon Mullin: A different slant on Bennett's holdout. [...and then a reference to the Japanese? 'Top Gear' got in trouble for that, Moon. - Den]
Long stays at RT on Day 1 of minicamp - Jeff Dickerson: With regular starters Jordan Mills and Jermon Bushrod unavailable on Tuesday, Kyle Long once again featured at right tackle next to Vladimir Ducasse.
Bears, Cutler optimistic about starting over again - Brad Biggs: By now Jay Cutler has this learning a new offense thing down pat, which is good for the Bears as, when installing a new offense, the coaching staff and rest of the players can go only as fast as the QB. Adam Jahns: Cutler starting to win over Fox.
[Video] - Kip Lewis and Moon Mullin from Bears minicamp: Jay Cutler adjusting to another new offense.
[Video] - Is-Hub Arkush, Not-Hub Fishbain and Fruit of Hub's Loins report from Halas Hall on Tuesday, following the first of a three day mandatory minicamp.
Team notes - Adam Hoge: Bears and Bennett not on the same page; Kyle Fuller taking punt return reps; David Bass continues to look good at OLB.
Ratliff: I need that feeling of winning just one time - Son of Hub: Jeremiah Ratliff.says that playing football again alongside teammates who are buying into a new program is refreshing, and seeks team success over individual accolades.
[Video] SportsTalk Live - Martellus Bennett arrives at Halas Hall.
[Video] - Adam L. Jahns and Patrick Finley discusse Martellus Bennett's return Tuesday after he joined the team's mandatory minicamp.
Photos - ChicagoBears.com: The Bears returned to the field Tuesday for the first of three mandatory minicamp practices at Halas Hall.
John Fox considered top 10 NFL coach - Blair Sheade: David Steele "believes Fox will help the ailing Bears to be better record in 2015" [sic].
[Video] Inside the Bears - Antrel Rolle brings Super Bowl experience and leadership to the Bears defense. The veteran safety recently sat down with Lyndsay Petruny.
Know thy enemy: Packers - Rob Demovsky's observations from Tuesday's Packers minicamp.
Know thy enemy: Lions - Michael Rothstein with notes from the Lions' first day of mandatory minicamp.
Know thy enemy: Vikings - Brian Hall: Teddy Bridgewater gaining firm grasp of offense while assuming leadership role.
/gigglesnort - Johnny Manziel dubbed 'Johnny Idiotface' at WWE RAW. [Could be worse; MaBear says he has a face like a scrotum.]