Hardy is a 29-year-old receiver who was a Falcons fourth-round pick in 2015. Six years later, he is trying to latch on at Bears camp.
The Bears’ nose tackle missed the 2020 season while sitting out due to COVID concerns, but returns for the 2021 campaign.
The competitive advantages for vaccinated players and teams with high vaccination rates are too big to ignore.
Andy Dalton is still the starter. But it’s not like Matt Nagy re-iterated his previous hard-line stance.
Ryan Pace Thinks the Bears Are Already At (Or Above!) the 85 Percent Organizational Vaccination Rate
Reaching 85 percent would put the Bears in a good place as training camp begins.
The gang is back together! Training camps are opening around the league. Players, coaches, GMs are set to talk. Oh my!
Void years on a one-year contract for a third-string tight end doesn’t feel like the best use of cap space, but here we are…
Getting a Day 3 pick for Anthony Miller might not seem like much. However, getting something is better than getting nothing.
This new agreement would scrap Aaron Rodgers’ reported plans to skip training camp and position the Packers QB for an exit as early as 2022.
The Justin Fields and Allen Robinson connection figures to make playing Madden football as the Bears worth it in 2021.
After all that offseason noise, it appears as if Aaron Rodgers will saddle up and ride it out with the Packers.
Cole Kmet and Jimmy Graham are joined by a handful of tight ends vying for roles among the depth players.
Adding another veteran to the room never hurts, especially at the tight end position.
Bears running back/return ace Tarik Cohen will take it slow on the road to recovery, as his camp begins with a trip to the PUP list.
The Bears reportedly had interest in signing cornerback Steven Nelson. But instead, he lands with the Eagles.
Deshaun Watson is still facing civil lawsuits stemming from 22 sexual misconduct allegations, but is still showing up to camp.
Sweetness was the Sweetest, so let’s celebrate what would’ve been Walter Payton’s 67th birthday in style.
Miller, a second-round pick in 2018, is moving on and getting a clean slate in Houston.
Charles Tillman was a game-changer who deserves his due.
Is this one of those “Vegas knows” situations? Or just a smokescreen?
If Justin Fields can help bring Matt Nagy’s offense to life, then we’ll have something cooking at Soldier Field.
Dennison, 63, has 25+ years of NFL coaching experience. So, all things considered, this is could be a notable loss for the team.
The Davante Adams situation is worth monitoring, as yet another contract situation grabs headlines in Green Bay.
Jaylon Johnson’s rookie year with the Bears saw him perform among the NFL’s best rookies when it came to completion percentage allowed.
ESPN Unexpectedly Paints a Rosy Picture of the Bears’ Future, Which Begins and Ends With Justin Fields
Even when piecing together a gloomy looking puzzle, Justin Fields’ presence represents a silver lining of hope.
WOW: NFL Teams Will Forfeit Games (That Can’t Be Rescheduled) If Unvaccinated Players Cause a COVID Outbreak and Cancellation
Actions have consequences. And for teams that aren’t proactive, inaction when it comes to battling COVID could be costly.
If you weren’t ready to go to battle with Justin Fields as QB1, you will be after this.
Khalil Herbert set out to dream big dreams in high school and is well on his way toward reaching his goals 5 years later.
Huzzah! Even more confirmation that nose tackle Eddie Goldman will be in the fold when Bears camp kicks off next week.
Fred Warner’s new deal sets a high bar, to be sure. But it’s a welcome one for LBs like Roquan Smith seeking his own pay day.
Matt Nagy as a Source of Optimism, a Ringing Endorsement for Mack, Coach Prime, and Other Bears Bullets
The Bears have made the playoffs twice in three years under Matt Nagy. Is that enough of a reason to be optimistic going into 2021?
The first installment of the Chicago Bears web series “Meet The Rookies” is out and it features Teven Jenkins.
A healthy Akiem Hicks is nothing to mess with.
If it’s not about the money for Packers QB Aaron Rodgers, then what has this offseason of ridiculousness been about?
After years of pursuing Peyton Manning for Monday Night Football, ESPN finally got its man. Well, sort of…
Bears fans scattered around the country can tune into NFL Network for all of the team’s preseason action.
Robert Quinn’s first year in Chicago didn’t leave a good impression. But advanced analytics are pointing toward a bounce back.