An ex-Packers defensive back could be an intriguing target for an ailing Bears secondary.
Category: Chicago Bears Rumors
The 49ers tried (and failed) to trade for Khalil Mack, even though their GM says their offer was similar to that of the Bears. Oh well.
Patience. The Bears’ time under the lights will come soon enough.
The Eagles could be interested in Bears running back Jordan Howard (and for good reason).
Lamarr Houston picked up four sacks in five games with the Bears last year. Could he help offset the loss of Sam Acho?
Jameis Winston knows. Ryan Fitzpatrick knows. Dirk Koetter knows. The Bears? Um, not so much.
Two Bears cornerbacks dealt with hamstring issues last week, so the Bears brought in a free agent for a workout.
Mike Mitchell was one of three safeties to reportedly visit the Bears on Monday.
Some Khalil Mack is better than not having him at all.
The Bears could get creative with an Eddie Goldman extension and not go over the cap, but they might be pushing up against it.
Even after signing Khalil Mack to a big-money deal, Eddie Goldman and Adrian Amos are candidates for extensions of their own.
Details are rolling out and it looks like the Bears are getting Khalil Mack AND a pick.
HOLY BLEEPING BLEEP.
The Khalil Mack trade rumors won’t go away, and the Bears continue to be on the periphery.
Eric Kush’s experience triumphs over James Daniels’ upside. At least, that’s how things have shaken out for the time being.
Aaron Donald’s deal is done, just in time for him to prepare for Week 1 of the regular season.
Teams interested in trading for Khalil Mack don’t seem to be gaining much traction.
Still no movement on the Khalil Mack front, which means the trade rumors aren’t going anywhere.
Leonard Floyd not being in a cast all year would be a pleasant surprise.
Playing the waiting game with Roquan Smith.
The Bears have a group of offensive linemen for a limited number of spots on the 53-man roster. Is there possible trade bait here?
Shane Ray could be the odd-man out in Denver, so what could the cost of doing business look like?
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.
Let’s try to pinpoint when Roquan Smith can play.
Oddsmakers don’t see the Bears as a team in the running for Khalil Mack.
A conclusion is drawing near with regards to Roquan Smith’s contract holdout.
We’re almost at a point where the Bears (and Roquan Smith) will be negatively affected by this contract holdout.
Bears GM Ryan Pace feels like a broken record when discussing the Roquan Smith situation.
Roquan Smith wasn’t going to play much in the first two preseason games, but the clock is ticking.
Another twist in the Roquan Smith contract saga was revealed on Thursday night.