Offensive linemen, tight ends, safeties, and linebackers are mocked to go to the Bears in April’s draft.
Kuechly Retires, Brady (Not That One) to the Panthers, Bourbonnais Thoughts, AD’s Decision, and Other Bears Bullets
Football is a tough game, which makes it a tough one to walk away from when the time comes.
The Chicago Bears now have a whopping 30 Hall of Famers, now that Jimbo Covert and Ed Sprinkle are in.
So long, BEARbonnais.
If Ryan Pace is Truly Searching For His Next Drew Brees, Perhaps He Should Look at Teddy Bridgewater
Drew Brees at age 26 and Teddy Bridgewater at age 27 have some eerily similar early-career paths. It makes you wonder…
Considering the rumors surrounding Dalton’s future being in doubt in Cincinnati, this is interesting.
Burrow at His Best, Lawrence Has a Flaw Revealed, Encouraging Lazor Nuggets, and Other Bears Bullets
The Bengals are on the clock.
Brad Childress is leaving Matt Nagy’s side.
The new OC has ample experience as coach in the NFL. That’s worth something … right?
An experienced coach with a background as an NFL QBs Coach has emerged as a candidate to become the Bears’ next OC.
After missing out on Pat Shurmur, the Bears are left to go in a different direction.
Good quarterbacking in the postseason is fun to watch.
The race for Pat Shurmur is heating up.
Patrick Mahomes vs. Deshaun Watson. Aaron Rodgers vs. Russell Wilson. Me vs. Being Jealous of Other Teams’ QBs.
Playoff football is awesome and I miss the Bears being in it.
Some of the NFL’s best rushing attacks will be showcased in today’s action.
Maybe the Bears should take a hint.
Chicago’s new TE Coach has worked with Norv Turner, Pat Shurmur, Josh McDaniels, Gary Kubiak, and others.
Do You Want the Bears to Shop at the Top of the Tight End Market in Free Agency? It’s Gonna Be Costly
Austin Hooper’s next deal could be a BIG one.
Offensive linemen. Pass-rushers. Wide receivers. And yes, of course, quarterbacks.
A Monday night party with new voices would pique my interest.
Two more Bears could be headed to the Hall of Fame.
That’s Pro Bowl appearance No. 2 for No. 23!
The Bears new tight ends coach has experience coaching offensive linemen, too.
One league executive has a vision for the Bears’ offseason.
Want to see the Bears on HBO? You’ll have to wait ’til next year (or probably longer).
There are a handful of Bears who have merited a discussion on whether or not they deserve a contract extension.
The Bears signed a defensive back whose biggest plays have come against them, which I guess is fitting.
Another quarterback is all in for the 2020 NFL Draft.
Tom Brady … future Bears QB? lolololol
He does want to coach next season.
It’s all out there for Mitch Trubisky to be better in 2020 than he was in 2019.
Two 2020 Bears opponents will have new coaches next season.
Turning to Basketball for TE Help, Anatomy of a Playoff Comeback, Painful Anniversaries, and Other Bears Bullets
No stone is going unturned in the Bears’ tight ends search.
The Bears’ new offensive line coach has a lot of work to do in order to get this group going in the right direction.
There goes that narrative. At least for one week.