Let’s keep an eye on the Falcons, a team that owns a top-5 pick and rosters an established veteran QB.
There’s nothing like an impromptu Twitter Q&A session featuring Akiem Hicks.
Because time is a flat circle, free agent Rick Wagner makes sense as an option to bolster the Bears’ offensive line.
Maybe a better process will lead to better results for the Bears on their great QB hunt.
It’s Tag Day! Allen Robinson’s Sticky Hands, Eagles Releasing Alshon Jeffrey, Peanut’s Birthday, and Other Bears Bullets
How many Peanut Punches on his birthday?
Teams wanting Deshaun Watson might need to pay up with the most bonkers trade proposals ever.
It really feels like the Bears blew their chance at extending Robinson a while ago. But there’s a reason pencils come with erasers.
Stay tuned and buckle up. The Chicago Bears’ search for a quarterback is gonna take a bit of time.
Mitchell Trubisky might be on his way out of Chicago, but his teammates have plenty of love for him.
If the Bears were truly interested in Carr, the time to make a deal might have been a long time ago.
Trading for Rick Mirer is a cold reminder that reclamation projects can go south in a hurry.
Are the Packers really out on the JJ Watt sweepstakes – or are they bluffing?
It’s time to take the big swing.
Brace yourselves. Big name cuts are coming and the Bears won’t be immune (but they can take advantage).
Building the Bears’ defense isn’t as easy as going back to the way things were in 2018.
Moving on to other options with Wentz off the board.
Now that the Carson Wentz drama is settled, a new name emerges.
We’re somehow equally closer and further from finding a solution to the Bears’ quarterback problems. Go figure.
Did the Colts save the Bears from themselves?
The Bears monitored the Wentz sweepstakes, but perhaps their interest was overstated in some circles.
Good news! The NFL’s salary cap floor didn’t bottom out as much as previously expected.
The Bears didn’t buckle in Carson Wentz trade talks, so he is being sent instead to the Colts.
The Allen Robinson extension saga takes a turn.
This offseason figures to feature unprecedented QB movement. Which means even the biggest names could be on the move
Sleeping Giants, Bears and Black History, Robinson’s Hands, Contenders With Wentz? And Other Bears Bullets
Allen Robinson, a free-agent-to-be, seems to catch EVERYTHING.
Alex Smith, with whom Matt Nagy is quite familiar, could become available.
An outside-of-the-box idea could be using the tag as a way to not lose Allen Robinson without getting some sort of compensation.
This is still a fluid situation, but one report suggests the Eagles are negotiating with just the Colts.
The Bears’ reported pursuit of Carson Wentz continues.
The Bears pieced it together without Eddie Goldman, but it’ll be nice to have him back in the mix in 2021.
The Bears officially introduced Sean Desai as their new defensive coordinator.
There’s risk-reward in every trade, but there’s a special kind of risk in trading a first-round pick.
The Eagles might be trying to walk a tight-rope of doing right by Carson Wentz while trying to maximize the return in a trade.
Using the Franchise Tag as an opportunity to continue extension talks could be fruitful.
The Josh McCown heater in 2013 was one of the best displays of quarterbacking Bears fans have witnessed.
There are other ways to go about recruiting than the traditional ones.