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  1. NFL mailbag - Free agency isn't best way to build roster

    John Clayton

    Good teams are built through the draft, not free agency, which is risky business, writes John Clayton.

    Story | Conversation | March 03, 2013
  2. NFC North links: Matthews in line for raise

    ESPN.com staff

    Chicago Bears Creating additional salary-cap space can be accomplished by re-structuring Julius Peppers' contract, writes Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune. Joe DeCamillis is pleased that the Bears will stick with their base 4-3 defense. Det...

    Blog | February 19, 2013
  3. Bears should have plenty of cap room

    Michael C. Wright

    To get an idea of where the Chicago Bears stand in terms of the projected $120 million salary cap, take a look at this piece by ESPN.com senior writer John Clayton. Clayton projects the Bears to be $37 million under the cap, which means the Bears ...

    Blog | July 21, 2011
  4. Bang for the Buck: Which NFL teams get most, least out of their p...

    Patrick Hruby

    Which NFL teams get the biggest bang for the buck out of their payroll?

    Story | Conversation | January 24, 2011
  5. NFL Salary Cap Analysis: Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Green Bay ...

    J.I. Halsell

    J.I. Halsell of Football Outsiders analyzes the cap situations of the NFC North teams, including which player has the biggest cap number to live up to. We're looking at you, Julius Peppers.

    Story | Conversation | July 19, 2010
  6. NFL Free Agency Update: Where Are They Now?

    Bob Donnan/US Presswire When the clock struck midnight this morning the free-agency buzz kicked into high gear. NFL teams began the wheeling and dealing with current and new fits for their respective teams. Without a salary-cap restriction, plenty...

    Blog | March 05, 2010
  7. The Best and Worst: Defense

    Ryan Early

    Insider's Ryan Early breaks down the best and worst defensive units at a variety of positions.

    Story | Conversation | July 18, 2003