Roster analysis: Nose tackle - Moon Mullin: Given Vic Fangio’s history of creative scheming, the Bears have taken looks at size (Eddie Goldman) at the nose and also some quickness/pass-rush potential (Jeremiah Ratliff, Will Sutton) ,,, [Video].
McClellin not feeling pressure despite uncertain future - Jeff Dickerson: The Bears failed to exercise the fifth-year option of Shea McClellin, leaving his future in Chicago very much in doubt, but the coaching staff hasn’t given up yet on the former first-round pick.
Eddie Royal gives Bears a weapon in the slot - Not-Hub Atkins: Former Bronco honed his skills with the Chargers to become the sort of tough-nosed, shifty, off-the-line inside receiver that has become a trademark in today’s spread-out NFL.
Offseason moves with potential to surprise - Elliot Harrison eyes five offseason moves that could have a greater impact than expected. Might Adam Gase cure what ails Jay Cutler -- and save the Bears' season?
Top 10 defensive coordinators - Bucky Brooks: Given Vic Fangio's recent track record and esteemed reputation, it's only a matter of time before the Bears' defense returns to the ranks of the elite under his tutelage. [But Rod Marinelli's one season of success is better than Fangio's four with the 49ers? - Den]
Bears history - Alex Marvez ranks the 16 greatest running backs of the Super Bowl era. Is Walter Payton only sixth-best?
Bears host first Alumni Golf Outing - Larry Mayer: Almost 30 former Bears players, including six members of the famed 1985 team, participated in the team's inaugural Alumni Golf Outing in Kenosha ... [Photos] ... [Video].
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Creating an NFL team out of current free agents - Ross Tucker has one former Bear, Lance Briggs, on his all-free agent team,
Know thy enemies - The ESPN NFC North reporters discuss whether Calvin Johnson is still the most feared skill-position player in the division.
Know thy enemy: Packers - Paul Imig: Packers' comfortable, confident Eddie Lacy already one of league's top backs.