Some of your favorite Bears may not be wearing these come fall. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
Good morning and welcome to Bear Bites, your morning rundown of Chicago Bears news. Happy official start of the league year, everybody! Here are some links to get you started as the start to free agency begins.
Today could be the day the Bears say goodbye to some friends. Unsigned free agents may depart. (Chicago Tribune)
Retired Bear Otis Wilson is missing some irreplaceable items from his time with the Super Bowl-winning Bears. He is suing the moving company who lost them. (Chicago Sun-Times)
Apparently, the Vikings don't want to be good in 2013. They traded away Percy Harvin to the Seahawks. (Chicago Tribune)
Another way to hamper Minnesota and help the Bears? Chicago could make a play for cornerback A.J. Jefferson. (Chicago Sun-Times)
Not sure who is coming or going on the Bears? Here's a complete list of free agents. (Windy City Gridiron)
It's also useful to know how much money the Bears have to spend. According to a league source, the Bears have around $7 million in salary cap room. (Chicago Sun-Times)