Josh Jones earned the best grade handed out by PFF for a draft-eligible tackle in 2019.
The First Set of Bears Projections Are Out! Foles-Trubisky Split, Quinn Out-Sacks Mack, Graham, Robinson, More
Some of the numbers are interesting. Others are ugly.
Steelers GM Proposes an Additional Three Rounds in the 2020 NFL Draft Given Tangential Challenges of COVID-19
Adding three more rounds to the NFL Draft could make for more draft-weekend fun.
Roquan Appreciation, New Jerseys Can’t Beat Classic Looks, Adjusting with the Times, and Other Bears Bullets
Roquan Smith has been solid as a rock in the middle of the Bears’ linebackers unit.
Brycen Hopkins – the Big Ten’s Tight End of the Year award winner in 2019 – had a pre-draft video meeting with the Bears.
The Bears look to be righting a wrong from 2019.
Bears GM Ryan Pace has shown an affinity for Georgia football players in recent years. Could it continue with Jake Fromm?
Who’s on your Bears All-Decade Team for the 2010s?
The Chicago Bears have FOUR members on the NFL’s All-Decade Team for the 2010s.
NFL GMs, executives, and coaches will be conducting their draft work from home.
Even more cap space this year, tiny base salaries going forward.
An Optimistic NFL Timeline, Top Prospects Sliding to the Bears in Round 2, Classic Comebacks, and Other Bears Bullets
Hope remains that the NFL season will open as scheduled in September 2020.
The Bears front office continues to do thrifty things in building depth on the roster.
Can’t wait for the QB derby to start.
Nick Foles Speaks: Talks with Trubisky, Crazy Restructure, the Double-Doink (Grumble), Wanting to Start, More
Nick Foles said all the right things in his introduction to Bears media on Friday.
Throwback Wins, Unexpected Foreshadowing, A Futuristic Offense, a Little Dash of Cutler, and Other Bears Bullets
Nothing like a little throwback action to put you in a good place.
Well that’s one way to land on the Bears.
Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy could be at a crossroads in their time with the Bears organization.
Quarterback isn’t the only position in Chicago with an open competition.
Rival Exec Believes Bears Are NOT Going to Draft a QB Because of Mitch Trubisky (Which … Mmmkay, Sure)
It’s believable the Bears are not going to draft a QB in the 2020 NFL Draft. But not doing so specifically because of Trubisky? Nah, no. That’s a tough one to wrap my mind around.
We’ve been expecting this going back to December, but now at least they’re saying it.
John Fox’s one shining moment in Chicago was beating the Packers at Lambeau Field. Let’s re-live the magic.
Checking in on the latest mocks, which are strangely consistent for the Bears in round two.
With Three Weeks to Go Until the NFL Draft, Tua Tagovailoa is Getting “Overwhelmingly Positive” Medical Reviews
Tua Tagovailoa’s health reports are coming with positive vibes.
There’s some real buzz building around Jalen Hurts being a top-50 draft prospect. (‘Sup, Bears?)
Lightfoot Approves of Bears Deal for Foles (But Not Glennon), Mack/Quinn Cost, Pace’s Draft Process, and Other Bears Bullets
The mayor has thoughts on the Bears.
Allen Robinson Wants Chicago, and Chicago Wants Him Back – So What’s It Going to Cost To Keep Him Around?
Talking about what Allen Robinson’s next contract might look like as the WR1 market booms.
Josh Jones appears to have a little bit of nasty in his game.
The Bears take a much smaller cap hit this year in exchange for Foles getting a whole lot of flexibility and upside.
What’s in a number anyway?
It’s officially official: Nick Foles is a member of the Chicago Bears.
Antoine Winfield Jr. has NFL bloodlines, but what he did at the University of Minnesota was enough to make a name for himself as a top safety prospect.
More playoff teams, more playoff games, and increased odds of the Bears making the postseason in 2020.
Nick Foles and Chase Daniel Have a Chat, Ruining Brett Favre’s Retirement, QB Ratings, and Other Bears Bullets
Nick Foles has longed to say it again: “Bear Down.”
An entirely sequestered football season? Yes, that’s an extreme proposal.