Good morning and welcome to Bear Bites, your morning rundown of Chicago Bears news. Read on about spreading the offensive wealth, rookies on the right and how the roster starts to take shape.
- On Friday, Jay Cutler is supposed to play the entire first half. Will he do a better job of spreading the ball around? (Chicago Tribune)
- Cutler says it's too early to worry about how the offense is spread around. Are fans and media hitting the panic button? (Chicago Sun-Times)
- Rookies are usually given more seasoning before starting on the offensive line. However, in Chicago, all signs point to rookies on the right. (Chicago Tribune)
- Martellus Bennett hasn't been used much in the pre-season. It's only a matter of time until he is utilized. (Chicago Sun-Times)
- Don Shula and the '72 Dolphins finally visited the White House after their Super Bowl visit. As the president stayed loyal to his team, Shula recalled the '85 Bears losing to the Dolphins. (Palm Beach Post)
- It's time for the Bears to start figuring out who will make the team and who won't. Check out the process the Bears use. (ESPN Chicago)