"NFL Total Access" continues with its "32 teams in 32 days" series. We decided to score some brownie points by writing an accompanying post each night. We'll focus on what each team needs to accomplish before Week 1.
The Bears used the No. 19 overall pick in the draft to select defensive end Shea McClellin, a player they hope will join Julius Peppers' eternal quest to get to the quarterback. In a division that houses Aaron Rodgers and Matthew Stafford, adding pass rushers isn't a bad idea. Along those same lines, the team addressed its secondary concerns by acquiring Jonathan Wilhite and Kelvin Hayden.
And then there's the Matt Forte situation, bubbling beneath the surface. We assume he'll be at training camp, but will that chip on his shoulder drive him, or create a schism in the locker room?
We're guessing the former, but the alliance between Forte and Bush could be uneasy at the start.