The Steelers are going to have a new look in 2019.
It looks like Dion Sims is heading elsewhere.
Antonio Brown catching passes from Mitch Trubisky is the stuff Super Bowl dreams are made of.
Adrian Amos wants to keep the good times rolling with the Bears and the feeling is mutual. But coming to a deal seems complicated.
Addressing the kicking situation differently than they have in the past should help the Bears reach a different result in 2019.
Tag season opened up on Tuesday. And while the Bears aren’t expected to use it, let’s familiarize ourselves with the projections.
A meeting between Antonio Brown and Steelers execs resulted in the team agreeing to seek out a trade partner. Who wants in?
Tag season opened up on Tuesday, but our eyes are focused on what could be happening down the road at the NFL Draft.
Khalil Mack’s presence elevated the players around him and figures to keep the Bears’ pass-rush in the strength column as the calendar turns to 2019.
Bobby Massie has big goals upon re-signing with the Bears.
Tag! You’re it!
Adrian Amos could be one of the NFL’s seven highest-paid safeties if he hits free agency.
The dreaded franchise tag could put an end to a dream reunion between Robbie Gould and the Bears.
There isn’t much left for the Bears to do to help Mitch Trubisky. The ball is in No. 10’s court right now.
Robbie Gould has his priorities lined up and will consider all opportunities if he reaches free agency.
So many Tarik Cohen highlights!
Ryan Pace would be doing his team a disservice if he wasn’t scouting the AAF. So it should come as no surprise that the pro scouts are on it.
Celebrating Fuller, Howard Running to History, NFL Settles in Kaepernick Collusion Case, and Other Notes
Kyle Fuller’s age 26 season was one for the history books!
Unlike previous years, the Bears aren’t desperate to sign a big-ticket wide receiver.
He could be available when the Bears finally go on the clock.
Brian Poole’s entrance into free agency is a surprise, but it could be a welcome one for a defense looking at cost-efficient answers for the secondary.
The arrow is pointing up for the Bears offense.
Sherrick McManis played well in spurts, but does the small sample size of success merit more playing time in 2019?
Josh Lambo, who has made 38 of 41 kicks since joining the Jaguars, isn’t going anywhere.
The Bears don’t need to tear down and rebuild their tight ends room, but they could use a piece to bring it all together.
If the Bears are going to spend some of their available cap space in the secondary, why not an upgrade like Mathieu?
Roquan Smith is only getting better.