Along with comprehensive coverage of the 2014 Bears training camp in Bourbonnais, CSNChicago.com will bring you daily "around the NFL" updates throughout the duration of camp.
- Jordy Nelson isn't leaving the NFC North anytime soon. Nelson and the Green Bay Packers agreed to terms on four-year, $39 million extension on Saturday afternoon. Since 2011, Nelson has averaged 67 receptions, 1,107 yards and 10 touchdowns per year.
- San Francisco 49ers running back Kendall Hunter suffered a torn ACL during a training camp practice on Friday. Hunter was expected to be the backup behind Frank Gore this season.
- Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton stressed that he "isn't 100 percent" after his first full practice at training camp. The Pro Bowl quarterback is still recovering from offseason ankle surgery.
- Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Cecil Shorts will be sidelined at least two weeks after straining his right hamstring during Friday's practice. Shorts, the longest-tenured Jaguars wideout, had 66 receptions for 777 yards and three touchdowns last season.
- Josh Gordon may not play a single down this season as he is facing a minimum one-year ban for failing a drug test earlier this offseason, but he isn't in danger of losing a spot on the Browns roster. Owner Jimmy Haslem stated that the organization has no intentions of releasing the troubled Gordon.
- Kansas City Chiefs tight end Sean "Duck Dynasty" McGrath has decided to retire, according to a report from the Kansas City Star. The 26-year-old McGrath played in all 16 games with the Chiefs last season, recording 26 receptions for 302 yards and two touchdowns.