Good morning and welcome to Bear Bites, your morning rundown of Chicago Bears news. Read on for the latest on which Bear may be the most valuable, how the Bears' staff is preparing, and which positions are being rethought.
Henry Melton proved himself valuable in 2012 and he's a free agent now. He's one of the most valuable in the NFC North. (ESPN Chicago)
The Bears' coaching staff is trying to come up with the best role for the fullback in their offense. That could mean a change for Evan Rodriguez. (Chicago Tribune)
Tight ends are a hot subject in the NFL, but the Bears haven't figured out yet how to utilize tight ends. If Marc Trestman's game plan calls for a new way to use them, will that mean a change in personnel? (ESPN Chicago)
The new Bears coaches have to wait until official off-season training days to work with the new Bears' players. Until then, they're content to evaluate film. (Chicago Tribune)
Matt Cavanaugh's last job as a quarterbacks coach was working with Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow in New York. Still, Trestman has faith in Cavanaugh's abilities to take Jay Cutler to the next level. (Chicago Sun-Times)