Robbie Gould’s early-season struggles are eye-opening.
Four defensive linemen and three offensive linemen were reportedly in for tryouts at Halas Hall.
First up to be next-man-up after Long was moved to IR is a nose tackle turned right tackle moving inside.
Trubisky threw for the first time in two weeks, and was joined by some fellow starters in returning to practice.
The roster shuffle continues.
Some injury-related updates to start the week.
We’re on to New Orleans, but first …
Gabriel hasn’t played since Week 3, but is eyeing a return after the bye.
Mahomes-Watson: Episode I.
Kyle Long will reportedly head to injured reserve.
Jay Cutler was a character.
Butkus is the best.
Allen Robinson’s excellence should not be overlooked.
The Bears’ offensive snap shares has left something to be desired.
David Montgomery hasn’t lit up the stat sheet just yet, but will that last?
3-4 weeks … or before the end of the regular season is not exactly telling us a lot.
All hail the prince!
Getting a returning stud to help the defensive line is welcome news.
This 3-2 start doesn’t feel as good as it should.
Too much laundry on the field.
Kyle Long is struggling right now.
Problems at quarterback, running back, tight end, the offensive line are holding the Bears back.
Comeback season for Mitch Trubisky could be coming soon.
The Notre Dame product turned down the Patriots to stay on the Bears’ active roster, which is a curious decision.
It turns out the Bears have bigger problems in the running game beyond who is actually running the ball.
The Bears are in for a challenge as soon as they get out of the bye.
Maybe Jon Gruden isn’t the doofus he makes himself out to be on camera …. nah.
Cody Parkey is back in football.
There is hope that Mitch Trubisky could be back as soon as Week 7.
Jon Gruden exacted his revenge on Khalil Mack.
The Bears played one good quarter. That’s it.
What was once a strength is now a major cause for concern.
Hicks never returned after suffering a first-quarter elbow injury.