Positional groups to watch in Bears' preseason finale

Positional groups to watch in Bears' preseason finale
The Bears will cap off its preseason with a home clash against Buffalo. Fast forward to Nov. 4 and these two teams will meet once again in Upstate New York. But for now, the focus is on the depth and players vying for one of the final spots on the Bears’ roster or other franchises. The... Read more »

Predicting the Bears' 53-man roster

Predicting the Bears' 53-man roster
Final cuts are set for Saturday as all 32 NFL franchises must trim their rosters from 90 to 53 players by the 4 p.m. ET deadline. On the following day, the claiming period for players placed on waivers at the final roster reduction will end at 12 p.m. ET. Just an hour later, teams will... Read more »

3 Storylines to Watch: Bears vs. Broncos (Preseason)

3 Storylines to Watch: Bears vs. Broncos (Preseason)
This will be game No. 3 for the Matt Nagy led Bears. Expect to see the bigger names out on the field on Saturday night when the Bears take on the Broncos, a team they held joint practices with on Thursday and Friday in Denver. We didn’t learn much from the Baltimore Hall of Fame... Read more »
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5 Storylines To Watch: Bears preseason opener

5 Storylines To Watch: Bears preseason opener
It seems like forever ago that the Bears played in a football game. However, it was only 213 days ago that the formerly run John Fox squad lost 23-10 to rival Minnesota in a wrap up the 2017 campaign with a 5-11. Fast forward seven months and change and young offensive mind Matt Nagy is... Read more »

2018 will be the year of Jordan Howard

2018 will be the year of Jordan Howard
It remains to be seen what Year 3 will bring for Bears’ running back Jordan Howard. First-year head coach Matt Nagy loves to run the ball, but versatile back/pass catcher Tarik Cohen will be on the field a ton in his second season in the NFL. The 23-year-old Howard has averaged 1,217 rushing yards in... Read more »

Undrafted Free Agent Tracker, Chicago Bears Edition

Undrafted Free Agent Tracker, Chicago Bears Edition
The third day of the 2018 NFL Draft concluded late Saturday and teams made efforts to sign undrafted free agents right away. Here is a tracker of the Bears’ undrafted free agent additions reported by both the Sun-Times and Tribune. More rookies to compete for roster spots this summer. RB Ryan Nall (Oregon State) A... Read more »
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2018 NFL Draft: Fitts and Wims with the final two picks on Day 3

2018 NFL Draft: Fitts and Wims with the final two picks on Day 3
The first three picks for the Bears on Saturday all had the same theme, defense. Linebacker Joel Iyiegbuniwe (Western Kentucky) was the selection in Round 4 while defensive tackle Bilal Nichols (Delaware) was taken in the Round 5. Then in the Round 6, defense continued with the addition of defensive end Kylie Fitts at No.... Read more »

2018 NFL Draft: The defensive theme continues with DL Bilal Nichols in Round 5

2018 NFL Draft: The defensive theme continues with DL Bilal Nichols in Round 5
Vic Fangio is really convincing Ryan Pace of loading up this defense. During Saturday’s final day of the 2018 NFL Draft, the Bears took defensive lineman Bilal Nichols from Delaware at No. 145 overall. The 6’4″, 306-pounder totaled 10.5 sacks over the last two seasons as a full-time starter. Nichols played in a 3-4 defense... Read more »

2018 NFL Draft: More linebacker help comes at No. 115 with Joel Iyiegbuniwe

2018 NFL Draft: More linebacker help comes at No. 115 with Joel Iyiegbuniwe
The Bears’ linebacker room continues to add young potential. On Saturday afternoon, Western Kentucky linebacker Joel Iyiegbuniwe (ee-yay-boo-nee-way) was the latest addition to the Bears at pick No. 115. He joins No. 8 pick Roquan Smith as the second linebacker added this week. At 6’1″, 229 lbs., Iyiegbuniwe known as Iggy will be part of... Read more »
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2018 NFL Draft: Wide receiver help comes via trade in Anthony Miller at No. 51

2018 NFL Draft: Wide receiver help comes via trade in Anthony Miller at No. 51
A trade down was inevitable since the Bears held two fourth round picks in this year’s draft. At No. 51 overall, the Bears gave up pick No. 105 and a 2019 second rounder to New England to take wide receiver Anthony Miller on Thursday night. A former walk-on at Memphis, Miller totaled 37 receiving touchdowns... Read more »