Turning Khalil Mack’s base salary and roster bonus into a signing bonus makes this offseason that much more interesting.
Category: Chicago Bears Rumors
Some depth upgrades are always welcome!
No NFL insider has stronger ties to Matt Nagy than ESPN’s Louis Riddick. And it makes you wonder …
The Bears aren’t the front-runners in the Le’Veon Bell sweepstakes, but they’re apparently hanging around.
The Bears rumor mill is spinning.
Mark Ingram won a Heisman Trophy at Alabama and has been one of the NFL’s best two-way backs since taking his talents to the NFL. But is he a fit for the Bears?
The Bears and Vikings Are Probably In Play for Kicker Stephen Gostkowski (If He Doesn’t Return to New England)
Stephen Gostkowski could upgrade the kicking situation in Chicago or Minnesota.
Re-signing Ben Braunecker isn’t a splash move, but it’s nice to bring back a solid depth piece.
Adrian Peterson on the Bears? That doesn’t seem like an ideal fit.
Roy Robertson-Harris’ breakthrough year flew under the radar, which could explain why other teams might have interest in trading for him.
There appears to be growing interest in Jordan Howard on the trade market.
Chris Blewitt once nailed a game-winning 48-yard field goal to knock off No. 2 Clemson.
The Bears aren’t desperate for pass-rush help, but adding depth pieces who have a starter’s upside would be nice
Alex Bars’ 2018 season was cut short due to a knee injury, but he could be a late-round sleeper option for the Bears in the 2019 NFL Draft.
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Bryce Callahan appears to be on the Jets’ radar.
John Ross was a top-3 receiver prospect two years ago, but it looks like he’ll be getting a fresh start elsewhere in 2019.
The first sign of spring is the emergence of Jordan Howard trade rumors.
The Bears have been busy beavers in their search for running back help.
It sounds like the Bears never got “there” when it came to the possibility of signing Kareem Hunt.
There isn’t a desperate need for running back help, but it sounds like the Bears would like another element to join their thunder-and-lightning tandem of Jordan Howard and Tarik Cohen.
Kyle Long isn’t going anywhere.
The Bears are planning to kick Cody Parkey to the curb.
Draft Guru Mel Kiper Jr. lists Saquon Barkley’s old backup as one of three RBs to watch.
The Bears could seek outside help in their search for tight end help.
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.
Tag season opened up on Tuesday. And while the Bears aren’t expected to use it, let’s familiarize ourselves with the projections.