The Bears will have their eyes on quarterbacks, defensive backs, speedy receivers, linebackers, offensive linemen, and others.
The Bears have a tight end problem, but have numerous avenues in which to travel to fix their issues.
2020 Bears Offseason Outlook: It Might Not Be As Crazy, But Eddy Piñeiro Expects Another Kicking Competition
A special teams shakeup could be on the horizon, as four of the unit’s top five contributors are on the cusp of free agency.
It’s time to obsess over college prospects.
Two possible second-round options confirmed they met with the Bears during Senior Bowl week. Hmm.
Trestman Remains Winless, Peanut Punches in For Another Birthday, Fun With Cap Space Creation, and Other Bears Bullets
Marc Trestman’s team can’t buy a win in the XFL.
Some depth for a position group that doesn’t have much.
The Bears made some roster cuts and saved some cap space, but now need to replace a pair of starters.
The Bears have a handful of safeties on the cusp of free agency, but at least Eddie Jackson is staying around.
The NFLPA scrapped plans to vote on the CBA on Friday, kicking the can down to next week at the Combine in Indianapolis.
Cutting Amukamara and Gabriel nearly doubles the Bears cap space.
Changes to the fifth-year option could impact the Bears.
If the Bears are inquiring about quarterback alternatives, they’re doing it on the low down.
An overhaul of the most important position group has begun!
Some players are already throwing a “hard no” on the new CBA.
Kyle Fuller reached the Pro Bowl again, but there are questions elsewhere in the secondary.
After months of negotiations, the NFL owners have signed off on their end of a CBA proposal.
Well that’s certainly interesting … dot dot dot …
REPORT: New NFL CBA Could Include Expanded Playoffs, Shorter Preseason, 17-Games, and More Starting in 2020
More playoff teams and games could be coming in the next CBA.
Akiem Hicks makes the thing go.
The Bears got a new tight end!
There’s a growing consensus that the Bears will draft a TE in April. But who will it be?
According to the Scientific Findings of a Madden Simulation, Tom Brady and the Bears Are an Ideal Fit
A Madden NFL ’20 simulation projects Tom Brady would shatter the Bears’ record books if he landed in Chicago.
Things aren’t as bad as some might project.
The first free agent tight end target went on (then off) the market without nary a reported sniff from the Chicago Bears.
Finding someone to play next to Roquan Smith should be a priority this offseason.
QB movement is on the horizon.
Drew Brees’ return to the Saints appears imminent.
Believe it or not, there were some run-game concepts that worked last year,
We’re a month away from “legal tampering” time in the NFL.
The Bears need more from their pass-rushers who aren’t named Khalil Mack.
Nick Kwiatkoski could be a hot commodity when free agency opens up.
Everyone has thoughts on the Bears.
Marc Trestman is already being dragged by fans and observers of the new XFL.