It was fun to dream.
He seems like a great fit for Nagy’s offense.
Buster Skrine has a great football name, fitting of a cornerback who will play the slot in Chicago.
If you take into consideration how liberally Matt Nagy uses his reserve backs, then Mike Davis will make sense.
Deals can’t be signed until after 3 p.m. on Wednesday, so sit tight.
The new guy has a cool name.
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.
NFL Free Agency Roundup: Bellamy to N.Y., Lions to Sign All the Ex-Patriots, Honey Badger Chasing Ring, More
It’s been a busy first day.
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 …
Landon Collins and Justin Coleman have shaken up the free agent market at their respective positions.
The Bears aren’t the front-runners in the Le’Veon Bell sweepstakes, but they’re apparently hanging around.
Trent Brown reportedly intends to sign with the Raiders and his projected new deal makes the Bears’ recent tackle signings look like a steal.
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 don’t have wads of cash to spend in free agency, so they’ll need to pick their battles wisely in 2019.
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 Amos helped put an end to the revolving door of poor safety play that once plagued Chicago.
Free agency is coming and Adrian Amos might be going elsewhere. How are we prepared to deal with it?
The Bears will get their first look at Antonio Brown as a member of the Raiders this coming season when the two teams play in London.
In an odd coincidence, four significant rule-change proposals have been offered up by three 2019 Bears opponents.
Bryce Callahan’s breakout 2018 season was cut short by injuries, which could impact what happens to him in free agency.
I would bet against the Bears being a major disappointment in 2019.
He’s talented, but does he fit.
Adrian Peterson on the Bears? That doesn’t seem like an ideal fit.