Believe it or not, there are other offensive beyond Quenton Nelson.
At least you tried.
History has a strange way of repeating itself, but I don’t think the Bears are trading up for a QB this year.
A new top receiver prospect has emerged, and he’s been flying under the radar for quite some time.
The Bears don’t NEED to draft a tight end. Then again, they didn’t need to draft one last year either.
Do you think he’ll make it?
This draft class has plenty of intriguing wide receiver options, which is good news for the Bears.
Thanks for the memories.
Offense or defense? Which direction should the Bears go?
You can never have enough running back depth.
One way or another, this could be one pricey decision.
The Bears don’t need a quarterback. At least, not in the first round.
It’ll be Monday to remember as two former Bears officially close out their storied careers.
The new coach-quarterback honeymoon period is creating some fun quotes.
Watch the Bears React to Finding Out They’re Playing the Packers to Open the Season and Other Bullets
It’s OK to be a little hyped after that schedule release.
Leonard Floyd is still sidelined and was a non-participant at minicamp. Still, it sounds like the Bears are comfortable with where he is.
At this time next week, we’ll be talking about who the Bears picked instead of who we think they might choose.
Five preseason games and a joint practice session in Colorado. The Bears’ preseason schedule is slammed.
In his first meeting with the Chicago media of the 2018 season, Mitch Trubisky was saying all the right things.