Kellen Mond created his own path on Pro Day, and it might be enough to get him picked higher than once previously expected.
There is now chatter surrounding Kyle Trask as this sixth quarterback who could be taken in Round 1 of the 2021 NFL Draft.
Ryan Pace is unpredictable. And as the Bears GM enters the final year of his contract, all eyes are on him because we’re geared to expect the unexpected.
They don’t make ’em like the “Ultraback” Raymont Harris any more.
Concussion problems cut his Bears career short, but Taylor Gabriel was FUN to watch when he was going deep.
Chicago will have stiff competition, as the Bears won’t be alone in pursuing a trade for the fourth overall pick.
The Bears have more than a half-dozen cornerbacks battling for depth spots on the 2021 squad.
It might be something the Bears are actively working on.
More Mooney, more problems for opposing defenses.
The Bears need to trade up if they want to take a top-tier prospect. So let’s explore some scenarios in which they can do so.
Getting to Know New Bears Running Back Damien Williams: Career Stats, Highlights, Fit, History, More
Damien Williams scored 10 touchdowns in 5 playoff games over two years with the Chiefs, which is how he earned the nickname Playoff Damien.
Watching Kadarius Toney highlights is FUN.
Size be damned, the 5-foot-7-inch Rondale Moore has qualities teams seek in pass-catchers. And one of the teams showing significant interest is the Bears.
Time to ramp up our obsessive NFL Draft stock watch.
Once again, Anthony Miller’s name is popping up on the trade rumor mill.
Even if the Bears are happy with Andy Dalton, ESPN NFL Draft guru Mel Kiper Jr. sees him as just a placeholder.
Which way is up again?
If things fall apart in Seattle, maybe we’ll see renewed vigor on the Wilson trade front next offseason.
The Bears could be set to enter treacherous waters.
Having a laugh at Aaron Rodgers’ expense.
The Falcons are open for business and are a team who could offer up an opportunity to draft a franchise QB.
Devin Hester’s accomplishments as a receiver were underrated, especially given that he got a late start to his pass-catching career.
Discussing scheme, fits, decisions, and other Bears things.
The signs are pointing toward the Bears taking a quarterback at some point during Draft weekend. Who it is and how they go about it remains a mystery.
Sam Darnold, once believed to be a Bears trade target, is off to Carolina.
Justin Fields is one of the best QB prospects in the 2021 NFL Draft. But the perception of him doesn’t always match. ‘Sup with that?
Kyle Long is one of the best draft picks the Bears have made in the past decade. His unique skill set is something this franchise should seek when scouting linemen.
It’s been a trying offseason to this point. But the best could still be yet to come.
There’s some love out there for Andy Dalton, who remains entrenched as the Chicago Bears QB1 for the time being.
I’m not saying Simms has a Jedi-like power to see into the future. But I am saying that his current rankings and track record is enough to have us re-considering what we think.
This appears to be a great draft to unearth starting-caliber offensive line talent early (and perhaps late).
Kellen Mond says he sees a connection with the Bears after their interactions with the QB prospect.
The Bears can go in any number of different directions on draft weekend. Let’s explore some possibilities.
Sam Darnold’s name lingers on the lips of some who still believe he is a trade option for the Bears as his price takes a dive.
Francisco Lindor just got PAID.
Hue Jackson won the battle against a front office that wanted to take Mitchell Trubisky over Myles Garrett in 2017.