Jerrell Freeman’s time with the Bears has come to an end.
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No matter what Matt Nagy does in the future, just know that John Fox’s fingerprints are all over the Bears moving forward.
One way to be more popular among draft prospects might be to win some more games. Just a thought.
Mike Glennon could conceivably find himself in a position where history repeats itself. Go figure.
The hiring of Matt Nagy figures to boost Mitch Trubisky’s stock in more ways than one.
Matt Nagy and the Bears will have their work cut out in 2018, but at least they’ll get an extra preseason game to work some things out.
We’re ready to see Trubisky take that next step, too.
Here’s hoping a new voice and vision helps lead to a healthier team in 2018.
Re-Visiting Trubisky’s Pre-Draft Stock, Glennon’s Future, D-Line Growth, Mock Trends, and Other Bullets
The Bears’ quarterback situation looks TOTALLY different now compared to what it did at this time last year.
Tyreek Hill speaks glowingly of his former offensive coordinator because he’s not like other coaches.
The branches on the Andy Reid coaching tree are quite strong.
Good news regarding Kyle Long’s health, even if it comes in less than 240 characters, is always welcome.
The Bears and Ravens will play the first professional football game of 2018 as part of Hall of Fame weekend.
We’re at a point in the offseason where there are so many avenues in which a team (yes, even the Bears) can fill its many needs.
Bears Go Behind-the-Scenes with Urlacher, NFL Draft Sleepers, Cutler on TV in 2018, and Other Bullets
It’s the first Sunday without football in 2018, but we’ll get through it together.