Jimmy Graham has high praise for Justin Fields.
Fields Taking Important Steps, Football is Back, Lions Head Coach Is a Hoot, and Other Bears Bullets
Our eyes are on the Bears this morning. But later, it’ll be all about the Cowboys and Steelers for the Hall of Fame Game.
I’m already worried about the offensive line.
Report: The Eagles Have Emerged as the Front-Runners to Trade For Texans QB Deshaun Watson (UPDATE: Or Have They?)
One of the teams that was reportedly showing interest in trading for Deshaun Watson last March looks to be a front-runner in early August.
This is the year for Cole Kmet to take the torch from Jimmy Graham and run with it.
Let’s keep an eye on the injury front, as things are starting to pop up here and there throughout the roster.
More linebacker depth for a Bears team that didn’t have much of it last year.
The oddsmakers are installing Bears third-string QB Nick Foles as the betting favorite to be the Colts’ Week 1 starter.
Bears Family Fest was full of fun as Justin Fields and friends made their way onto the Soldier Field turf.
Eddie Goldman, who sat out 2020 citing concerns about playing through the COVID-19 pandemic, is on the Reserve/COVID-19 list.
The tag team duo of Allen Robinson II and Darnell Mooney is a 1-2 punch Andy Dalton and Justin Fields will love throwing to in 2021.
Bears training camp was an absolute treat. Just as it always is.
Seriously … where was this guy last year?
Let Monty cook early (and often) in 2021.
Another injury for Carson Wentz will keep him out for a bit.
There was a time when Justin Fields took a bad rap because of things said about his work ethic. But I think that will be a thing of the past.
Who’s ready for camp tales?
Winning Olympic gold is a heck of an achievement.
Nagy might be thinking about buckets now, but he should make plans for the big guys later this summer, into the fall, and (hopefully) deep into winter.
That’s certainly less-than-ideal when your starter and his backup are unavailable for training camp practice.
Nick Foles Has “Never Felt Better, Mentally or Physically” … Just in Case the Colts (Or Anyone Else) Were Curious
Matt Nagy’s sell-job on Nick Foles is well-timed, especially considering the Colts’ needs after Carson Wentz’s injury.
I hope there are enough balls to go around to satisfy all the pass catchers.
Let’s keep an eye out for situations where a team could use some veteran QB depth just in case a starter gets sidelined during camp.
Thin crust. Deep dish. Didn’t matter. Sam Mustipher was chowing down to get his wight up all offseason.
Daily Fields watch won’t get old any time soon.
Justin Fields jerseys are selling like hot cakes. Ya think this city was starved for a QB to love?
This is where the fun begins!
Second-round pick Teven Jenkins is sitting out practice due to a back issue.
Next man up, come on down! And be ready to take practice snaps while Eddie Jackson and Germain Ifedi are on the mend.
No more Butt for the Bears, but the tight ends room is still packin’!
Robert Quinn, who struggled in his first year with the Bears, will need to monitor a back issue at the start of training camp.
Andy Dalton says in-game experiences are the best way to learn how to QB. Ironically, Dalton’s presence will keep Justin Fields from doing so right away.
Aaron Rodgers shared his frustrations by listing his grievances in his first press conference back with the Packers.
GM Ryan Pace is in a lame-duck year. Head Coach Matt Nagy is in the year before a lame-duck year. Both parties seem to know what’s at stake in 2021.
Happy first day of training camp practices to all who observe!
What’s wild about this whole thing is that the Bears indirectly got the ball rolling on this whole scenario by trading Anthony Miller to the Texans.