We're Black and Blue All Over:
The National Football Post's Greg Gabriel wonders if supplemental draftee Harvey Unga will make the Bears roster.
Breaking down the Bears tight ends.
The Chicago Tribune's Sean Jensen asks the question: Is left tackle Chris Williams ready to make the Pro Bowl?
Cook County Associate Judge Joseph M. Claps called former Bears lineman Tank Johnson a coward while handing down a sentence against a man accused of the 2006 shooting death of Johnson's friend. Claps said Johnson showed "cowardice" for how he acted during the investigation.
Winners have been chosen in an essay contest run by Chicago Bears offensive guard Roberto Garza.
Will 2010 No. 2 draft pick Ndamukong Suh command a bigger deal than 2009 No. 1 pick and teammate Matthew Stafford?
Veteran Dennis Northcutt has to fight off several younger players for the final two receiver spots on Detroit's roster. While Nate Burleson is almost guaranteed a starting job, he has to Lions fourth-round pick Jason Fox is ready to do ... whatever. "They've told me that throughout training camp I'll get reps at both sides," Fox told the Detroit News. "I'm just trying to do whatever I can to help this team. If they want me to play special teams, if they want me to play on the right side, if they want me to play left tackle, I'm going to do whatever it takes to help contribute."
Former NFL quarterbacking great Terry Bradshaw is impressed with Lions quarterback Matt Stafford and thinks the team is "on the right track."
Green Bay Packers
Green Bay was prepared to lose Johnny Jolly. The defensive end was suspended for all of 2010 on Friday.
The Packers have have agreed to a four-year contract with third-round draft pick, safety Morgan Burnett.
Four Vikings fans drove 1,100 miles from Minneapolis to Hattiesburg to thank Brett Favre for 2009.
As part of his 20 burning offseason questions, Sports Illustrated's Don Banks has a query about Favre.