Coach Killers is your weekly look around the league at those performances, decisions and 'Wait, what did he just do?!' moments that put the guy in charge squarely on the ol' hot seat.
Detroit Lions vice chairman Bill Ford referred to the Bears as 'a bunch of thugs.' The Lions say he was joking.
Bears LB Jon Bostic was fined $21,000 for what looked like a legal hit. Texans S D.J. Swearinger went low on Dustin Keller, and he avoided a fine. The NFL explains why.
Bears linebacker Lance Briggs tweeted on Wednesday that teammate Jon Bostic has been fined $21,000 for a hit he made against the Chargers. The irony? The NFL called the hit 'spectacular.'
Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher? Retired. Ed Reed? A Texan. Michael Crabtree? Hurt. Who steps up? Pete Prisco gives his outlook for the players replacing big names.
Chicago is banking on an immediate impact from their first- and second-round draft picks (OL Kyle Long and LB Jon Bostic), but an aggressive new offense and the need for a playmaker opposite Brandon Marshall could lead to a surprising role for seventh-round pick Marquess Wilson.
The Chicago Bears used the 50th overall pick on Jonathan Bostic with an eye on replacing Brian Urlacher -- or eventually Lance Briggs.
Who starts at QB for the Bills, Jets, Raiders and Eagles? Who fills the leadership void in Baltimore? Pete Prisco asks a pressing question for each team heading into the summer.
The SEC produced more picks in the 2013 NFL Draft than the ACC, Big 12, Pac-12, Big East, Big Ten, Conference USA, MAC, WAC, and Mountain West.
Did your team make the grade or fall short? Pete Prisco breaks down the job by all 32 NFL teams, and finds a few franchises that ace the draft and several that fall short.

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