It’s officially official: Nick Foles is a member of the Chicago Bears.
Antoine Winfield Jr. has NFL bloodlines, but what he did at the University of Minnesota was enough to make a name for himself as a top safety prospect.
More playoff teams, more playoff games, and increased odds of the Bears making the postseason in 2020.
Nick Foles and Chase Daniel Have a Chat, Ruining Brett Favre’s Retirement, QB Ratings, and Other Bears Bullets
Nick Foles has longed to say it again: “Bear Down.”
Jeremy Chinn seems like the type of prospect Bears GM Ryan Pace would gravitate to based on his draft history.
The NFL is next up to face the challenges of COVID-19.
The best thing about social distancing and quarantines has been Sean Payton’s Twitter revel of fun offensive plays.
I’m all for outside-of-the-box thinking when it comes to the Bears finding their next franchise QB, but this feels extreme.
Healthy Howard, Fun With College Football Faves, Graham Can Fly … Literally, Draft Re-Dos, and Other Bears Bullets
Who’s your favorite college football player?
Saturdays are for throwbacks.
Sometimes, you just have to tip your cap to Ryan Pace and his staff for how they write up some of these contracts.
Getting to Know New Bears Offensive Lineman Germain Ifedi: Career Stats, Highlights, Fit, History, More
Germain Ifedi has a first-round pedigree and the ideal build for an offensive lineman, but will be fighting for a job in Chicago after inconsistent play in Seattle.
Jay Cutler to Devin Hester was fun, but it could have been so much more.
Jimmy Graham sounds motivated as heck.
State of the Bears QB Room: Nick Foles’ Role, Mitch Trubisky’s Future, Draft Plans, What’s Next? More
What are the Bears getting in Nick Foles? What does re-signing Tyler Bray mean? Is there any faith left in Mitch Trubisky? These questions get some answers.
Signing Barkevious Mingo is more about what he can do now than what he didn’t do as a highly touted prospect coming out of LSU.
How Would You Grade Bears Free Agency? Banking on First-Round Pedigree, Newton, Brees, and Other Bears Bullets
The Bears have brought in depth pieces with first-round pedigrees.
Tyler Bray figures to be in some type of camp battle for QB3 … possibly with a draft prospect to be selected later.
A new offensive lineman has entered the fray for the Bears. Finally.
Could Jalen Hurts be the spark Matt Nagy and the rest of the Bears offense needs?
Reasons for Optimism, Some More Mack Love, NFL and GMs Disagree About Draft, and Other Bears Bullets
Some optimistic thoughts.
The 2020 NFL Draft is going to look dramatically different than what the league had planned for one of its crown jewel events.
Artie Burns is a reclamation project with a first-round pedigree who Chuck Pagano should look forward to coaching in 2020.
Morgan should be viewed as an intriguing prospect for teams looking for QB help (even if this prospect grew up a Packers fan).
Acquiring good players is good and shouldn’t be a controversial stance.
DeAndre Houston-Carson, who led the Bears in special teams snaps played in 2019, looks to be on his way back to Chicago.
One of the NFL’s all-time best kickers is now a free agent.
DE Brent Urban Is Re-signing with the Chicago Bears – According to a Tweet from Kate Urban … His Wife
Brent Urban carved a niche as a rotational defensive lineman and special teams contributor during his nine-game stint with the Bears in 2019.
Robert Quinn has been flattening quarterbacks for quite some time, which makes him a welcome addition to the Bears defense.
Matt Nagy was once a beacon of offensive innovation in the NFL, can he return?
The name doesn’t hurt, though. The Bears added some much-needed depth at the pass-rusher position.
Citing media reports throughout, the Bears announced they are re-signing long-snapper Patrick Scales, safety Deon Bush, and pass-rusher Isaiah Irving.
The NFC North figures to be competitive again. But you were already expecting that, weren’t you?
Details regarding Jimmy Graham’s Bears contract have emerged.
The Bears added safety depth with the reported signing of Jordan Lucas.