Bears LB Pisa Tinoisamoa is bringing a physical presence to the strong side.
Monday’s practice finished with the first two-minute drill of training camp for the Bears.
Bears WR Earl Bennett might be going to Hawaii, or maybe Miami.
WR Devin Hester took a snap from shotgun formation on Sunday; coach Lovie Smith hinted that RB Garrett Wolfe might show up there, too.
Bears QB Jay Cutler completed his first 12 passes during seven-on-seven drills Sunday.
Lions LB Julian Peterson is embracing his role as a leader of the defense.
WR Calvin Johnson is excited about the potential of Lions rookie S Louis Delmas.
The Lions plan to use bigger defensive tackles this year.
Detroit G.M. Martin Mayhew says that second-year RB Kevin Smith is “on the rise.”
The Packers got back the 2010 seventh-round pick that was supposed to go to the Jets after Brett Favre retired following one year in New York; the reason for it isn’t clear.
Green Bays in-house candidates for the punting job might both get the boot.
Rookie first-round LB Clay Matthews cracked the first-team defense on Monday.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy is seeing a more physical camp: “I think it’s very evident. The practices are longer. The team reps,
there’s more reps there. You have to be smart. I’m not trying to bite
off my nose to spite my face. But we’ve challenged these guys so far in
these first four practices.”
A strong Monday afternoon session and the ongoing absence of Tarvaris Jackson (knee) has given Sage Rosenfels the edge in the starting quarterback competition.
After giving up seven touchdowns last year, the Vikings’ special teams are putting in extra time each practice.
LB E.J. Henderson is healthy — and he’s taking over the defense.
The full pads went on for the first time in Mankato on Monday, and the intensity level went up.