Is it a stretch to think the Minnesota Vikings could have the best defense in the division by the middle of this season, if not sooner?
Brett Favre is a future Hall of Famer, and Aaron Rodgers looks to be on the same path. Which Green Bay signal-caller would you prefer to have?
ESPN's NFL Nation reporters discuss the hot topics in video form regarding each of their teams, including Cam Newton, RG III and Carson Palmer.
NFL's highest-paid QBs
The average cash value for the contract of Seahawks QB Russell Wilson ($749K) is considerably lower than many of the league's premier signal callers.
Future Power Rankings: Bears no. 25
The Bears were the victim of over-hyped expectations in 2014, and they've slipped in the overall rankings. Coach John Fox wants physical defense to return to Chicago, but he'll have to do it with waning resources. Future Power Rankings (Insider)
Louis Riddick, John Clayton and Mike Sando team up to rank every NFL team based on which are best positioned to be successful for the long haul.
The Green Bay Packers have won the NFC North four consecutive years. What will it take for them to be supplanted as division champ?
Brian Urlacher's fishing adventures
Brian Urlacher might not be a Pro Bowl Bears linebacker anymore. But he still goes hard -- at fishing. Urlacher reels big fish
Chances are this guy is better at football -- and fishing -- than you are.
The Chicago Bears were No. 30 in total defense last year. What followed was an overhaul of the coaching staff and the addition of several new players.
With Adrian Peterson back, what kind of a challenge does the Minnesota Vikings' offense pose for the defenses in the rest of the division?
Today's NFC North Q&A has division writers discussing which Green Bay Packers wide receiver -- Jordy Nelson or Randall Cobb -- is superior.
Jay Culter: Wife's remarks out of context
In response to comments made by Cutler's wife, actress Kristin Cavallari, who said in an interview with Elle Magazine recently that "Chicago's just not home," the Bears QB said her remarks were taken out of context. "We have a house in Chicago. Our roots are in Chicago," Cutler said at a QB camp at the University of Michigan on Saturday. "We love being there."
So far, so good for Bears' 3-4 transition
After more than a decade in a Cover-2 scheme, the Bears' transition to a 3-4 defense under John Fox and Vic Fangio wasn't expected to go smoothly, but early signs are promising. Jared Allen -- who has been a 4-3 end his entire career -- has looked comfortable standing up at OLB. Clayton: 10 things we learned from OTAs
Bears: Jeff Dickerson assigns letter grade to team's offseason; identifies best (Rolle) and riskiest (McDonald) moves
With offseason workouts and minicamps in the rearview mirror, we assess the Chicago Bears' offseason moves.
Bears coach pleased with progress, would love to duplicate success he got to see up close of Blackhawks.
The Bears failed to exercise the fifth-year option of Shea McClellin, leaving his future in Chicago very much in doubt.
The NFC North question of the day asks whether Detroit Lions WR Calvin Johnson is still the most feared skill-position player in the division.
Royal caught 91 passes as a rookie in Denver in 2008 when his quarterback was Cutler, who made the Pro Bowl.
With the elite crop of quarterbacks all in their 30s, John Clayton runs down the list of his top passers over each of the next three seasons -- and some big names didn't make the cut.
The Chicago Bears have made the playoffs just once in six years with Jay Cutler, who has played with a revolving door of coaches and coordinators.
Acquired from the Redskins, Jenkins will be a candidate to fill the void left by Ray McDonald's release.
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