Opinions vary on Notre Dame’s DeShone Kizer, who could be the first quarterback taken or fall to the third round.
Every team would love to draft high floor players with upside, but which ones are the best fits for the Bears?
Dion Sims didn’t earn much playing time in Miami, but showed some flashes of skills. But what does the film show?
Not that an arrest is ever timely, but the timing seems especially bad for Hall.
In Cedar Falls, Iowa, according to the report.
NFL Owners Meetings and Potential Rules Changes, Glennon A Winner, Why Allen Stands Out, and Other Bullets
Busy times ahead with the NFL owners meetings kicking off Sunday in Phoenix. Rules changes, a move to Las Vegas, and more could be on the table.
Mike Glennon is a known unknown. Here is what we learned from his 2013 draft profile, some of which is still true to this day.
Pro Day Round-Up: Peppers Stars, Butt’s Recovery, Bears to Meet Mahomes, Fangio Visits Stanford, More
Michigan’s pro day was brimming with talent. One quarterback is on a meteoric rise to the first round. Marshon Lattimore showed he’s healthy. And more.
One ex-Packers player found it easy to kick the Bears while they’re down.
It’s Mike Glennon’s turn at one of the most difficult and thankless jobs in sports – Bears quarterback.
Mark Sanchez will take part in a quarterback battle when he reports to Bears camp in this July in Bourbonnais, and it could decide his NFL future.
Patrick Mahomes is a strong-armed gunslinger with major playmaking ability, but also can be frustrating because of mechanical flaws. Sound familiar?
With a whole lot of relative inexperience on the QB depth chart for the Bears, it’s not a bad thing to bring in a back-up like Sanchez. Let’s discuss the implications.
More quarterback depth for the Bears, and probably not more than that. At least not more expected.
Ex-Bears WR Alshon Jeffery Called Adam Schefter For Free Agency Information (UPDATE: Jeffery Denies It)
Who you gonna call? Adam Schefter.