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Monday Morning Quarterback
Chicago Takes Charge
Chicago Takes Charge
Bears coach Marc Trestman and quarterback Jay Cutler are taking the lead in establishing an ethical culture in Chicago's locker room. Plus, a new Dr. Z award, 10 things I think and my annual Father's Day book recommendations
By Peter King
Business of Football
The Tale of Two QB Contract Negotiations
The Tale of Two QB Contract Negotiations
After spending the offseason angling for a big-money contract extension, Colin Kaepernick got his deal. Is ex-teammate Alex Smith next? Some unique challenges stand in the way
By Andrew Brandt
Film Room
The Bortles Conundrum
The Bortles Conundrum
With the right coaching, Blake Bortles is a year away from being the best quarterback in the 2014 NFL draft. And that’s the problem. Which team will take the chance? Here’s an in-depth look at Central Florida’s fabulous and flawed QB
By Greg A. Bedard
In This Corner
The NFL’s Smartest QBs
The NFL’s Smartest QBs
Watching film and putting on pads makes players appreciate others who do the same every week. These five quarterbacks all stand out to me on film as being the most intelligent at their craft. Didn't make the list? Don't be mad, bro
By Richard Sherman
Open Field
Top Seeds in Danger?; Wild-Card Storylines
Your weekly one-page magazine
By Peter King
Business of Football
The Stories of 2013, Off the Field
The Stories of 2013, Off the Field
From the concussion settlement to a high-profile murder, there was plenty for the league, front offices, agents and players to contend with beyond the gridiron
By Andrew Brandt
Open Field
Chicago Bears: Blown Out, But Not Blown Away
Chicago Bears: Blown Out, But Not Blown Away
Losing by six touchdowns in a game where a playoff spot could have been clinched? No big deal, say the Bears, who quickly turned the page on a 54-11 loss in Philly to focus on a do-or-die Week 17 showdown against the Packers
By Jenny Vrentas
Business of Football
The Bears’ Big Decision
The Bears’ Big Decision
Jay Cutler’s contract is set to expire at the end of the 2013 season. Will the Chicago Bears bring back the franchise quarterback or let him loose in free agency? The answer is somewhere in the middle
By Andrew Brandt
Open Field
Quietly Making Noise
Quietly Making Noise
Josh McCown was out of the NFL and coaching high school football in North Carolina a year ago. Now he's gone from Jay Cutler’s backup to the man keeping the Bears in the playoff picture—and at 34 his career might finally take off
By Robert Klemko
Weekend Notes
Flagged as Contenders
Flagged as Contenders
A game up on the Bears and Packers, the Lions control their own destiny in the NFC North. It will all come down to their defensive line, and keeping their emotions in check ... plus, Cam Newton and Colin Kaepernick in the pocket, a preseason pick that wasn't horrendous, the A.J. Green-Joe Haden rematch and words I never expected to hear going into Week 11
By Greg A. Bedard