The NFL always has something going on.
Bears. Packers. September 5. Soldier Field. Get your popcorn ready.
The Bears aren’t desperate to fill any starting spots, but depth is important.
The 2018 football season was a whirlwind for Ryan Pace. But what’s next?
Some much-deserved love for GM Ryan Pace.
Celebrating Trevathan, Singletary Coaching Johnny Football, Bracket Ridiculousness, and Other Bullets
Danny Trevathan turned in his best season as a Bear in 2018.
Re-Visiting Santa’s Sleigh, Bradley Sowell’s Name Pronunciation, Glennon’s Journey, and Other Bullets
Mike Glennon continues to get work in the NFL despite his obvious limitations. What’s up with that?
The Bears are favored to win what is expected to be a hotly contested NFC North … but not by much.
Is it time to shake up the Thanksgiving menu?
Allen Robinson’s hands and mind are on another level to make as many contested catches as he did last year.
The Bears will have to look elsewhere for pass-rush help.
Clearly, the Bears are interested in adding something fresh to the mix.
Aaron Lynch has reported interest from at least four teams – including the Bears.
More big-guy touchdowns, please.
Goodbye, Clay Matthews. Goodbye, Randall Cobb.
The Bears were rumored to be interested in signing Adrian Peterson, though I struggle to find a fit between the two.
Mitch Trubisky has the band back together.
A pair of familiar faces are officially back with the Bears.
Imagine being prohibited by a QB’s contract that is a limiting factor in the team’s free agent pursuits. Sorry, can’t relate.
The Mack Factor extends beyond the playing field.
Love it or Hate it? The Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and Buster Skrine Signings Are Drawing Very Different Reviews
The Bears’ two newest defensive backs are on opposite ends of PFF’s grading system. What gives?
Never punt. Score touchdowns.
Pat O’Donnell is back for his sixth year with the team.
Top draft prospect Montez Sweat participated in the Combine despite reportedly having what was deemed a “low-risk” heart condition.
Nerds believe the Raiders won the Khalil Mack trade.
Elliott Fry, Younghoe Koo, and Nick Rose haven’t missed a field goal for their respective AAF teams.
So long, No. 38.
All of the fast guys!
Eddie Jackson’s Pitch and Chicago’s Culture Change Helped Sell Ha Ha Clinton-Dix on Joining the Bears
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix’s journey to Chicago has Florida roots.