The Jets could end up with two ex-Bears staffers running their front office.
Category: Chicago Bears Rumors
REPORT: The Pro Football Hall of Fame Wanted the Bears to “Host” a 2020 Regular-Season Game in Canton
The Bears playing a “home” game in Canton, Ohio would have been something.
The Jets think highly enough of someone in Ryan Pace’s front office to interview him for their GM gig.
The Bears’ front office could be poached by an old friend.
Getting a compensatory pick in the fourth round in the 2020 draft could essentially replace the one they sent to New England to move up to take David Montgomery.
Even after drafting two late-round prospects, the Bears continue to explore secondary options.
It’s time for an arms race.
The Bears don’t have to take a running back early, but they’re going to take one at some point.
Potential Bears Draft Target Devin Singletary Showed His Hamstring Is Fully Healthy at Recent Workout
FAU running back Devin Singletary proved in a workout with the Bears that his hamstring problem is a thing of the past.
If Eddie Jackson’s star shines brightly again in 2019, he will be well-positioned to be the highest-paid safety in football.
The latest mocks continue to suggest the Bears will have their eyes on a running back early.
The Bears could still sign a kicker later, it just doesn’t look like it’s coming from the recent group of tryouts right now.
Caleb Sturgis has an All-American pedigree. Could he crack the Bears’ kicking competition?
The Bears are really doing their homework on Devin Singletary, one of the NFL Draft’s top running back prospects.
The Bears have a need at running back and have met with the draft’s top prospect at the position. That’s intriguing.
Nick Rose and Younghoe Koo are trying out for the Bears. Neither missed a kick during their time in the AAF.
The Bears are three weeks away from going on the clock!
Utah’s Mitch Wishnowsky is one of the best draft-eligible punter prospects in football. Should the Bears be interested?
One of the MAC’s top cornerbacks apparently has the Bears’ attention.
Utah’s Matt Gay appears to fit the mold of what the Bears are looking for in a kicker.
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.
The Bears were rumored to be interested in signing Adrian Peterson, though I struggle to find a fit between the two.
With the big-name backs off the board in free agency, let’s check out some possible draft targets who visited the Bears.
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix as a replacement for Adrian Amos would be interesting.
There are more than a half-dozen teams reportedly “in” on Le’Veon Bell.
After helping stop the revolving door of disappointment at safety in Chicago, Adrian Amos will look to do that in Green Bay.
Turning Khalil Mack’s base salary and roster bonus into a signing bonus makes this offseason that much more interesting.
Some depth upgrades are always welcome!