Good morning and welcome to Bear Bites, your morning rundown of Chicago Bears news. Read on for the latest on the offensive line, what's next for Julius Peppers, and an adorable puppy.
The offensive line is not the same as they were last season. With new personnel and coaches, they have been rebooted. (CSN Chicago)
But that's not the only part of the offense that's different. Take a look at the new look offense. (ESPN Chicago)
At 33, Julius Peppers is not a young man in football years. Still, the Bears can't be in a rush to replace him. (Chicago Tribune)
Earl Bennett was in his hometown of Birmingham, Alabama, to run a football camp for high schoolers. It's the same place he was when he found out Lovie Smith was fired. (Alabama.com)
The deadline for Henry Melton to get a new contract is coming. Otherwise, he'll have to play under the franchise tag. He is staying calm throughout the negotiations. (Chicago Tribune)
And because it's Friday and you deserve a smile, here's Martellus Bennett's dog. (Instagram)