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5 Things To Watch: Preseason Game No. 3

5 Things To Watch: Preseason Game No. 3
The most important preseason game is upon us. It is called the dress rehearsal. Game No. 3 serves as the matchup with the most extensive playing time for the starters on both sides of the ball. Role players and backups will see action in the second half limiting their time, but it is crucial for... Read more »

Position by position thoughts prior to Bears' training camp

Position by position thoughts prior to Bears' training camp
At this time next Thursday, the Bears will be in Bourbonnais. Training Camp practice No. 1 will be held in the morning. However, the pads don’t come on until Saturday. Before you know it, the long awaited Family Fest will be held on August 5th and then five days, the Bears welcome Denver to town... Read more »

5 players the Bears need to consider with the No. 3 selection

5 players the Bears need to consider with the No. 3 selection
The 2017 NFL Draft is tomorrow. It’s never too late to dissect and discuss the options the Bears have sitting at No. 3 overall. After going 3-13 a season ago, third-year general manager Ryan Pace and his staff have to hit it big on Thursday night. Pace told the media in Philadelphia on Wednesday that... Read more »
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The evolution of Bears wide receiver Cameron Meredith

The evolution of Bears wide receiver Cameron Meredith
When the Bears signed Cameron Meredith following the 2015 NFL Draft, not many people outside the state of Illinois knew who he was. A former dual-threat quarterback at St. Joseph’s High in Westchester, Ill., Meredith was only 6’1″, 160 lbs. as a senior. Now, at 6’3″, 207 lbs., he has the chance to be the... Read more »

Cunningham agrees to deal with the Bears and Sanchez will meet Thursday

Cunningham agrees to deal with the Bears and Sanchez will meet Thursday
The Bears came to terms with a kick returner on Tuesday and will plan a visit with a veteran quarterback on Thursday. Running back/kick returner Benny Cunningham signed with the Bears, the team announced. Also, quarterback Mark Sanchez will be at Halas Hall to talk about possibly coming on as the third quarterback on the... Read more »

AUDIO: Bears Free Agency Update

AUDIO: Bears Free Agency Update
The Bears have signed 17 players here in March, eight new faces and nine guys who played with the team last season. I broke down the team’s free agency so far as general manager Ryan Pace and head coach John Fox continue to put their plan together on how to turn the franchise around after... Read more »
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Assessing all of the Bears top needs/options in the 2017 NFL Draft and free agency

Assessing all of the Bears top needs/options in the 2017 NFL Draft and free agency
Even if you don’t follow the Chicago Bears, you most certainly know who Jay Cutler is. The highly scrutinized quarterback has spent the last nine seasons in Chicago after coming over in a blockbuster trade with Denver. Now, the expectation is that Cutler will not be donning the orange and blue this upcoming season. General manager... Read more »

Final 2016 NFL Power Rankings, Chicago Bears Edition

Final 2016 NFL Power Rankings, Chicago Bears Edition
The Bears embarrassed themselves in the season finale at Minnesota on Sunday. Here are the final NFL power rankings of the 2016 season from various media outlets around the web: ESPN: 30 (Last week: 27) “Jordan Howard played for the 3-13 Bears, so he isn’t going to get the same buzz as Ezekiel Elliott, who played for... Read more »

What to watch for in Bears Christmas Eve tilt with Washington

What to watch for in Bears Christmas Eve tilt with Washington
The Bears have very little to play for at 3-11 on Saturday against the visiting Washington Redskins. Washington (7-6-1) sits one game out of the sixth seed and needs a win and losses from Green Bay and Tampa Bay this weekend to stay in the playoff hunt. Regardless, there is football to be played for... Read more »
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The Bears falter on the road against rival Detroit

The Bears falter on the road against rival Detroit
Penalties and lack of capitalizing cost the Bears on Sunday afternoon in a 20-17 loss to the first place Detroit Lions. Yeah, that’s right the Lions are in the lead in the NFC North at 9-4 despite some mediocre football in Week 14. After stopping Detroit on its opening drive, the Bears’ offense went right... Read more »