Good news (relatively speaking) on the Eddie Goldman injury front is a highlight of the week’s first injury report.
Some highlights from Bears Head Coach Matt Nagy and new starting quarterback Justin Fields.
Devin Hester is one of 10 first-year eligible Pro Football Hall of Fame nominees.
The Justin Fields Era begins Sunday.
We’re turning the page to Week 3, which has the growing likelihood of Justin Fields making his first NFL regular-season start.
You gotta love seeing Andy Dalton acting like he’s one of the 60,000+ fans at Soldier Field rooting on Justin Fields.
Jason Peters discussing the difference in techniques he uses depending on who’s under center got us thinking…
Roquan Smith Got His First Pick-Six Ball Back from That Fan (Who Also Got a Little Something for His Trouble)
Nothing like player-fan interaction to serve as a reminder of how much we were missing with butts not being in stadium seats last year.
Further confirmation on Andy Dalton’s knee injury, mild clarity on a timetable for return, and a peek at who’s in line to start in Week 3.
The Pack is back, but for at least one half against the Lions, looked kinda whack.
One week after looking like a shell of its former self, the Bears defense came through with 30+ splash plays on defense against the Bengals.
And with a few keystrokes of reporting from NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport, Andy Dalton’s health (and playing status) is in question.
Matt Nagy has his gang fired up after a Week 2 win made that season-opening debacle a distant memory.
Whatever the injury officially is, there is uncertainty surrounding the quarterbacks room.
Let the guessing games begin.
It wasn’t pretty, but the Bears won.
An injury to watch for right now.
Soldier Field is hosting fans in the stands for a regular-season game for the first time in 637 days, so let’s have some fun!
Want more Justin Fields? It sounds like we’ll get more today at the home opener.
It sounds like the Bears’ starting left tackle has been given the green light to play in today’s game.
Larry Borom will miss at least the next three games due to an IR stint, while Alex Taylor and Margus Hunt join the game-day roster.
Sounds Like the Saints Will Let Pro Bowl Left Tackle Terron Armstead Hit Free Agency Next Offseason … Just Sayin’
It’s never too early to think about the future. And there is never a bad time to think about building an offensive line.
There are times when we make football more complicated than it is, but we can simplify things. And so can the Bears, for that matter.
The Bengals are turning to their head coach to fill in some practice reps left behind by injured cornerbacks.
Bears Injury Report: Goldman (Doubtful), Peters (Questionable), Borom (Out), My Feelings (Day-to-Day)
Another day has come in which the Chicago Bears injury report has me feeling blergh heading into the weekend.
Even after understanding positional value and age curves, an Akiem Hicks extension with the Bears still has a certain pull.
Za’Darius Smith, a big piece of the Packers’ defensive puzzle, is out for at least three weeks.
Yet another Bears offensive lineman dealing with a serious injury. This time, it’s rookie Larry Borom.
The Giants and Football Team put on a show, which featured cautionary tales the Bears should note going into Week 2.
Yeah, this feels like a good week for Matt Nagy and Bill Lazor to draw up some routes past the sticks for their receivers.
Seeing Eddie Goldman go from limited on Wednesday to not practicing on Thursday suggests the injured nose tackle had a set-back.
Andy Dalton was accurate with his throws, limiting poor decisions and tosses in his Bears debut. But there’s a but…
Now that Chicago has added speed to its roster, the time to use it has come for Matt Nagy and his offensive braintrust.
One small step onto the practice field for Eddie Goldman could ultimately be one large leap once Sunday rolls around.