Four Down Territory: Links to the Best in NFC North Coverage, 2/15 Edition
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In today's coverage of the NFC North around the web, the hot topics include draft targets, free agent spending, and of course, the very latest in the Minnesota Vikings' bid to build a new stadium and fight off relocation.
The Chicago Tribune's Brad Biggs examines the Bears' issues by looking at how much playing time certain players got during the 2011 season.
Considering the fiasco that was Caleb Hanie's stint as starting quarterback, Bleacher Report's Matt Eurich details four late-round quarterbacks the Bears could target in this year's draft.
The Detroit Free Press' Dave Birkett details Lions president Tom Lewand's comments regarding the team's approach to free agency this year in yesterday's conference call with season ticket holders.
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C.D. Angeli of CheeseheadTV.com contends that Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson has lost his focus.
Though a new stadium deal has yet to be worked out, the Minnesota Vikings will not be relocating in 2012, writes the Minneapolis Star-Tribune's Rochelle Olson.
Bleacher Report's Sammy Sucu details five reasons why the Vikings should draft wide receiver Justin Blackmon with their first round pick this year.
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