CSN's Kip Lewis and Insider John 'Moon' Mullin discuss Brian Price's first day at Bears Training Camp.
Today's camp chatter in Bourbonnais has left tackle J'Marcus Webb asking his friends to leave him alone and Matt Forte wanting answers from Roger Goodell.
Stephen Paea spent much of Tuesday's practice with the Bears as the team's No. 1 nose tackle, starting in place of veteran Matt Toeaina. This is the first time Paea has ever been inserted in the starting lineup.
Brandon Marshall put on a clinic during practice, abusing rookie cornerback Isaiah Frey, but Marshall is learning things from one of the rookies. Marshall sees things that Alshon Jeffery is doing that he wasn't able to do as a rookie.
It's been a long process for Jay Cutler and Mike Tice trying to break their 'language' barriers with Cutler being from the South and Tice from New York. Also, how did Brian Price perform in his first padded practice with the Bears.
In a one-on-one interview with former Bears QB Jim Miller, Brandon Marshall talks about reuniting with Jay Cutler and the defensive culture in Chicago.
Rap superstar Lupe Fiasco explains how his father's involvement in martial arts led to a meeting with Bears Hall of Fame linebacker Mike Singletar
Early on in training camp, Gabe Carimi is looking like a force at right tackle. Carimi had one of his best practices on Tuesday, dominating in both run and pass blocking.
Entering his fourth season with the Bears, it's now starting to become apparent that the Bears are Jay Cutler's team. His teammates are already starting to notice a difference in his demeanor this offseason.
In a one-on-one interview with former Bears QB Jim Miller, Jay Cutler talks about the additions Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery and doesn't see why the Bears don't win the NFC North.