Lance Louis could go from seventh-round draft pick of the Bears in 2009 to starter on the offensive line in 2010.
Bears TE Greg Olsen caught five touchdown passes in 12 snaps during a 7-on-7 drill Sunday night.
If Jay Cutler ends up like Trent Green in 1999, Caleb Hanie could be the next Kurt Warner.
The Bears’ first depth chart of the season has Devin Hester and Johnny Knox as the starters at receiver, Greg Olsen as the starting tight end, Matt Forte as the starting running back, and Desmond Clark as the H-back.
The Lions hope to beef up their special teams under new coordinator Danny Crossman.
Lions CB Chris Houston was demoted after being burned by WR Calvin Johnson on Sunday.
Lions S Louis Delmas and TE Will Heller have exited the PUP list.
The Lions are using plenty of two-tight-end sets in the hopes of taking advantage of Tony Scheffler and Brandon Pettigrew.
Packers LB Clay Matthews (hamstring) is expected to miss a couple of weeks.
Rookie S Morgan Burnett is preparing to start, in the event Atari Bigby’s ankle doesn’t heal before Week 1.
The Packers won’t be using a committee approach at tailback, focusing instead on Ryan Grant.
Packers TE Jermichael Finley could have a big impact on the NFL this year.
Rookie lineman Bryan Bulaga is now competing for the starting job at left guard.
Albert Young could hold off Toby Gerhart for the No. 2 spot on the tailback depth chart.
Jon Cooper has been getting plenty of reps at center for the Vikings, and could nail down the No. 2 spot behind John Sullivan.
The Vikings practiced in high heat and humidity on Monday.
Vikings WR Bernard Berrian, slowed by hamstring troubles in 2009, says he’s healthy for 2010.