Wednesday, July 18, 2012
NFC North links: Offensive line questions
By ESPN.com staff
Michael C. Wright and Jeff Dickerson of ESPNChicago.com cite left tackle as the team's biggest question mark heading into training camp.
Running back Lorenzo Booker has agreed to a one-year deal with the Bears. He spent the past two seasons with the Vikings.
Continuing his look at upcoming training camp battles, Justin Rogers of Mlive.com looks at the one along the offensive line featuring Jeff Backus, Gosder Cherilus and Riley Reiff.
Following his DUI arrest last month, cornerback Aaron Berry will enter a diversionary program for first-time offenders.
Green Bay Packers
Martin Hendricks looks back on the career of Jim Flanigan Jr., who spent seven seasons with the Bears and a memorable one in Green Bay.
Jay Cutler over Aaron Rodgers? Yes, that's what Bears wideout Earl Bennett said.
Getting more out of its linebackers remains a priority this season for Minnesota.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton had some strong words when asked about the Vikings' recent string of off-field incidents. "Idle time is the devil's play," said Dayton, describing the NFL's six-month offseason. "It means that young males who are heavily armored and heavily psyched as necessary to carry out their job are probably more susceptible to being in bars at 2 o'clock [in the morning] and having problems. It doesn't excuse it. It just says this probably comes with it."