Monday, July 12, 2010
BBAO: Four fans go on Favre roadtrip
By ESPN.com staff
We're Black and Blue All Over:
The Chicago Tribune's Brad Biggs examines three key questions surrounding the Bears' offense: 1) Will Jay Cutler deliver? 2) Can the Bears run the ball effectively? and 3) Will the O-line get the job done?
The Tribune's Dan Pompei looks at the impact new director of player personnel Tim Ruskell will have on the organization.
ChicagoBears.com has the second installment of a video series on rookie minicamp. This one features sixth-round pick Dan LeFevour, who grew up dreaming of playing for the Bears.
Carlos Monarrez preview the training camp battles between incumbent running back starter Kevin Smith and first-rounder Jahvid Best.
When the Lions released safety Daniel Bullocks last week, they purged the last player remaining on the roster from the Matt Millen era. The Detroit News' Tim Twentyman looks at how far the Lions have come since Martin Mayhew took over as GM.
Green Bay Packers
In his latest podcast, ESPNMilwaukee.com's Jason Wilde looks at whether an NFL team could replicate what the NBA's Miami Heat did in free agency.
Kareem Copeland of the Green Bay Press-Gazette looks at the challenges facing Dan Froelich, the chef feeding the Packers during training camp.
The team's website has an interview with former tackle Greg Koch, who will be one of three 2010 inductees into the team's Hall of Fame.
In his latest mailbag, vikings.com's Mike Wobschall looks at the odds of the team making a run at veteran running back Brian Westbrook.
Four Vikings fans are planning to make a trek from Minneapolis to Hattiesburg, Miss., to thank Brett Favre personally.