Sean Lee, Jon Beason, Sean Weatherspoon, Daryl Washington all done for 2014? Expect LB prices to rise as attrition drives demand even higher.
With the 2013 season officially in the books the Eye on Football staff is looking ahead to the offseason for all 32 NFL teams. Next up: The Chicago Bears.
A bad day for Christian Ponder turned worse in the second quarter when he suffered a concussion.
No new contract extentions this season for the Bears means players like Jay Cutler and Charles Tillman will be free agents this offseason. Cutler, for his part, doesn't seem bothered by it.
Phil Emery's sweet spot is the draft. Given his success rate filling holes in free agency, the Bears shouldn't feel the sting of not having a third- or seventh-round pick in next week's draft.
At this point, less than two weeks from the NFL Draft, there aren't a lot of changes. But Pat Kirwan sees the Raiders moving Geno Smith up to No 3 overall, shoring up things at QB.
Tackles are the key to the top of this draft, and Pat Kirwan says the Lions can't pass up stud Eric Fisher when he's still available at No. 5.
What happens if the Chiefs go defense at the top of the draft. It's something not many people are considering, but it makes more sense than you might think.
The Chicago Bears reportedly agreed to terms Sunday on a one-year deal with former Panthers linebacker James Anderson. The move comes two days after the Bears added former Broncos middle linebacker D.J. Williams. Despite the additions, the Bears could still look to get younger at the position.
With 2012 in the books for the Panthers, we're looking ahead -- to free agency, the draft and, ultimately, the 2013 season. Just six months to go.

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