Some good news regarding Adam Shaheen’s ankle injury.
It wasn’t all that bad of a performance from Mitch Trubisky.
The Bears won an ugly, turnover-filled game. But a win is a win is a win.
Adam Shaheen went down with an ankle injury.
More Trubisky, less of whatever that was we saw last week.
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Taking a look at what’s happening around the league on a Saturday.
Two of Ryan Pace’s better draft picks pop up on one NFL analyst’s perfect 53-man roster.
Kyle Fuller revenge game is on deck!
Want Khalil Mack on the Bears? It could get costly, but it looks like the Bears have the need (and the capabilities) to get it done.
Mitch Trubisky isn’t taking any moment in which he can improve lightly.
Leonard Floyd is learning some new things AND is starting to apply them when he’s on the field.
A mic’d up Danny Trevathan is what you really need on a Friday.
Tanner Carew joins the Bears and creates a new preseason position battle.
It doesn’t get much better than being in the same place at the same time with Peyton Manning and John Elway. Mitch Trubisky is clearly living his best life.
Strong hands and strong concentration skills are on display here.
Danny Trevathan is feeling a vibe in Chicago that he once felt in Denver. That’s a good thing.
Von Miller has high praise for Mitch Trubisky, who put some things on tape despite things working against him.
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We’re going to see more starters in the Bears’ lineup on Saturday against the Broncos.
Roquan Smith has some catching up to do from a physical and mental standpoint, but it’s realistic to believe he’ll be ready for Week 1.
Mitch Trubisky and Jared Goff were offseason roommates. Now, Trubisky looks primed to follow in Goff’s footsteps.
The Bears’ joint practices with the Broncos will feature a little quarterback controversy. Neat-o!
Bears and Broncos start their first of two joint practices in Colorado today. Far out, man.
Mum was the word from Roquan Smith in his first meeting with the media after signing his rookie contract.
Let’s try to pinpoint when Roquan Smith can play.
Guard Will Pericak and outside linebacker Kasim Edebali were standouts in PFF’s eyes. Can they do enough to solidify spots among the Bears’ reserves?
Roquan Smith’s deal is as complex as you’d expect something to be after a 29-day holdout.