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A review of the Bears' two biggest personnel changes on defense: the addition of linebacker Pisa Tinoisamoa and the departure of safety Mike Brown, from Brad Biggs of the Chicago Sun-Times and Bill Barnwell of Football Outsiders.
Packers wide receiver Donald Driver said in a national radio interview that the Bears' weakness is at receiver. Driver: "[The Bears] have the running back, they have the offensive line and they have a great defense. But you're going to have to need receivers to make plays down the field, and they don't have that right now."
Terry Foster of the Detroit News says the Lions don't need to worry about receiver Calvin Johnson getting in trouble with the law.
The Lions might take Kentucky DE Jeremy Jarmon in Thursday's supplemental draft, suggests John Niyo of the Detroit News.
Green Bay Packers
Safety was a primary consideration when the Packers built their new training camp practice field.
Dorsey Levens, set to enter the team's Hall of Fame, reflected on his career with the Green Bay Press-Gazette's Mike Vandermause.
Brett Favre has been stepping up his workouts and admitted that time is "running out" for him to make a decision on whether to resume his career with the Vikings.
Coach Brad Childress appears willing to wait on Favre to make a decision.