The Bears announced an increase in price for season tickets. According to the Chicago Tribune, "Non-club seats will range from $76 to $150, and club seating remains between $265 and $385. Invoices to season ticket holders were sent Tuesday, and full payments are due April 9."
Illinois defensive end Whitney Mercilus has drawn interest from several teams, including the Bears.
The Lions are hoping recent success on the field pays off when free agency starts next month. "I think what we're seeing now with our current free agents is those guys want to be here," general manager Martin Mayhew said. "They want to be with us, they want to be a part of it. They're in our locker room every day, they see what's going on with our football team, and our current guys want to be here, and I think there may be some other guys out there, I don't know."
Green Bay Packers
Packers guard T.J. Lang makes a case for why the team should do what it can to keep center Scott Wells in Green Bay.
While Jermichael Finley is out to silence his critics on the field next season, he spent time Tuesday night with one of his fans who has battled leukemia for eight years.
Virginia cornerback Chase Minnifield is on the Vikings' radar.
Wide receiver Greg Camarillo has been told the Vikings don't plan to re-sign him.
Bucs sign DT McCoy to $98 million extension
Union: NFL, Ravens not helping in Rice probe
Colts WR Wayne won't play vs. Steelers
Harvin wants to reach 'next level' with Jets
Saints to be without RBs Thomas, Robinson
Manning: 'Not scoreboard op's best night'
Dominik: NFL in London should look like this
Face To Face: Arian Foster
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