Trubisky is digging his new support system, and that’s VERY good news.
At Least it’s Not the Vikings! Drew Brees Reportedly Strikes Two-Year, $50 Million Deal with the Saints
Brees is getting paid and not by the Vikings. I’m cool with that.
LET FREE AGENCY BEGIN.
Another receiver option comes off the board.
Sometimes the best options are the less-heralded ones.
And Matt would be wise to listen.
For those who feared the business side of the organization would intrude too far, this should be music to your ears.
When is enough enough?
The Bears are adding some fresh blood to the receivers room for Trubisky to target.
Controversy? What controversy?
Perhaps he’ll make his way back to Chicago, where the defensive line can certainly use the help.
Well, can’t say the Bears aren’t taking a very close look.
Which draft prospects would be in the Bears’ top ten right now? How have things changed after free agency?
The Bears were not especially aggressive in free agency today, it seems.
With the Combine in the rearview, and free agency unfolding, it’s worth checking in on how the Bears make out in some of the latest mock drafts.
NFL Draft Notes: Another Injury Scare at the Top of the Draft, QB Readiness, Allen’s Arthritis, More
Another potential Bears target has an injury question. Also, just how un-ready to take over is this crop of QB prospects?
The Bears aren’t quite in WIN NOW mode, but that sense of urgency might exist at varying levels throughout the organization.
The Bears might have to start adding as many QBs as possible, but where will they come from?
Getting better in the secondary this offseason is almost as important as finding a quarterback.
“You can always recover from the player you didn’t sign; you can’t recover from the player that you signed at the wrong price.”