The first free agent tight end target went on (then off) the market without nary a reported sniff from the Chicago Bears.
Finding someone to play next to Roquan Smith should be a priority this offseason.
QB movement is on the horizon.
Drew Brees’ return to the Saints appears imminent.
Believe it or not, there were some run-game concepts that worked last year,
We’re a month away from “legal tampering” time in the NFL.
The Bears need more from their pass-rushers who aren’t named Khalil Mack.
Nick Kwiatkoski could be a hot commodity when free agency opens up.
Everyone has thoughts on the Bears.
Marc Trestman is already being dragged by fans and observers of the new XFL.
Believe it or not … the Bears’ rookie class wasn’t graded as the worst in the division.
Pay up for Allen Robinson now, then upgrade other spots in the draft.
Super sleepers, quarterbacks with work to do, linemen on the move, more.
No one wants to go back to the football stone ages, but kicking it old school could be helpful.
What could’ve been!
Tight end is a trouble spot — again.
Free agency isn’t a cure-all.
Bob Quinn is so serious about refuting Matthew Stafford trade rumors, he used TWO exclamation points!!
Extend. Allen. Robinson.
The Bears could use a different look in the backfield to complement David Montgomery and Tarik Cohen.
The Bengals believe Andy Dalton still has something left in the tank, and appear willing to work with him on a trade out of town.
Offense Challenged by Predictability, Tucker Moving Up, Behind the Scenes of Your Favorite SB Ad, and Other Bears Bullets
Back to the drawing board for the offense.
Line play took a step back in 2019, but one hole in the lineup stands out above the rest.
The NFL Scouting Combine is around the corner, so now is a good time to get to know who will be in Indianapolis
Betting on a bounce back (one way or another).
A period of offseason rumors, predictions, ideas, and scenarios is just getting started for the Bears and the rest of the NFL.
It all begins with the quarterback.
Philip Rivers is saying goodbye to the Chargers.
Prince Amukamara is still all-in on Mitch Trubisky.
Robinson’s Fantasy Year Was Really Good, Some XFL Love, Talking Through Wild Rumors, and Other Bears Bullets
The XFL’s debut was a pleasant surprise.
Trading into the first round to draft a quarterback isn’t out of the realm of possibilities.
The XFL is back, baby!
Let’s keep an eye on March 18 as a possible important date in future CBA talks.
The Bears have been good about being creative with cap management, which they’ll need going into this offseason.