NFC North training camp one-liners

Bears WR Brandon Rideau is on the rise.

When Bears defensive line coach Rod Marinelli speaks, all we hear is “0-16 . . . 0-16 . . . 0-16.”

Bears WR Devin Hester is looking to perfect pass routes other than the 9.

The Bears are digging deep onto the cornerback depth chart.

The Lions already have installed 40 blitzes.

On Saturday, Detroit fans have had a chance to watch the home team perform under circumstances that are guaranteed to not result in a loss.

If QB Matthew Stafford is destined to be the starter in Detroit this year, Daunte Culpepper still hasn’t gotten the memo.

The new-look Lions include some bad-ass cornerbacks.

Packers TE Jermichael Finley loves the two-minute drill.

If someone ever invents a sport that combines football and basketball, Packers QB Aaron Rodgers would be the first member of its Hall of Fame.

Packers CB Al Harris and receivers coach Jimmy Robinson missed practice Friday to attend the memorial service for Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Johnson.

Could LB Brandon Chillar bounce A.J. Hawk to the bench?

Attendance at Vikings camp is up 60 percent

QB Tarvaris Jackson heard a “pop” in his knee during Friday night’s practice, but he says he’s fine.

Vikings DE Brian Robison has been nursing a hamstring injury.

With a week of practice in the books, Vikings coach Brad Childress merely says that the race for the starting quarterback job is a “good competition.”