The NFC North figures to be competitive again. But you were already expecting that, weren’t you?
Details regarding Jimmy Graham’s Bears contract have emerged.
The Bears added safety depth with the reported signing of Jordan Lucas.
The Bears are rolling the dice with CB Artie Burns, who has first-round upside.
The Bears’ moves early in free agency aren’t getting too many positive reviews at the moment, but that’s why they play the games on the field.
Serious questions regarding Ryan Pace’s decision making, specifically with respect to his asset management, need to be addressed.
Patrick Scales has been a special teams standout because of his long-snapping excellence.
Probably just having some fun, right? But, I mean, the Bears could use another strong safety option.
Weird sight, Brady as a Buc.
Deon Bush – a core special teams member and reserve safety – could get the first crack at starting next to Eddie Jackson in the secondary this season.
The Bears are in the market for a new safety.
Cornelius Lucas is Headed to Washington, Which Will Help the Bears’ Case for Compensatory Draft Picks
Cornelius Lucas becomes the fifth Bears reserve to sign a free agent contract elsewhere.
Sean Payton is the first person in the NFL world to test positive for COVID-19, and is using his platform to share a message to heed the advice of medical experts.
Todd Gurley is becoming a free agent.
Cordarrelle Patterson will make a great general manager someday.
Peeling back the layers of this deal is complicated.
Darius Slay has been a problem for NFC North quarterbacks and receivers over the years. But now he’s the NFC East’s problem.
Jimmy Graham was once one of football’s best players, but is now looking for a rebound after two down years in Green Bay.
Cody Whitehair Has Reportedly Agreed to Restructure His Contract, Which Could Be Quite Helpful for Team Building
The Bears could create more than $3 million in salary cap space thanks to Cody Whitehair.
Leonard Floyd is off to the west coast.
Let the great quarterback battle of 2020 begin.
Kyle Long Comments on the Nick Foles Trade, the Trubisky Battle, and the Importance of the Offensive Line
Kyle Long had some thoughts on the Bears’ new QB.
Robert Quinn’s 2020 Cap Hit Is Surprisingly Large, with All Guarantees in First Two Years (Plus an Opt-Out Kicker)
The contract structure for pass-rusher Robert Quinn is rather team friendly.
A trade was long expected, and now the Bears have their “competition.”
Robert Quinn has a knack for wrecking quarterbacks.
The interconnected QB rumor and transaction mill keeps churning, with a lack of clarity on the Bears’ front.
The Bears’ recent draft history has put the team in a place where this free agency period is of the utmost importance. Are you ready to dive in?
That raises a whole lot of interesting questions.
It’s a necessary thing for a lot of reasons.
Didn’t quite see that coming.
It’s really happening, and it’s really weird.
QB Rumors: Bears Focused on Foles and Dalton? Patience Might Pay, Brady and the Bucs, Brissett, More
A trade feels increasingly likely, but maybe not for a little while.
Philip Rivers, one of the all-time greats in Chargers history, will play for the Colts in 2020.
KPL was clutch in a pinch. Now, he’s off to Washington.
NFL Rumors and Transactions: Cooper’s Deal, Colts-Niners Swap, Texans Find Hopkins Replacement, More
Movement around the league.