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Ranked as the No. 2 prospect in baseball, Moncada is expected to join the White Sox in May.
The Bears could be enticed to move down in the draft and maximize their value.
No longer will NFL video reviews be determined under the hood.
Cutler is still without a team as key spots have been filled.
Thomas has high potential, but would he fit in a 3-4 defense?
“He has a natural leadership style to him,” general manager Ryan Pace says.
Sanchez would add depth to the Bears’ quarterback room.
The Bears were among teams on hand to see Kizer’s performance Thursday at his pro day.
Roger Goodell has his sights set on bettering the in-game viewing experience with fewer commercials.
Demps joins the Bears defense after recording six interceptions in 13 games last season.
Trubisky became a top quarterback in this class after one year as a starter in college.
How would signing Sanchez affect the Bears at quarterback?
As the Blackhawks push for the playoffs, Hartman should see key ice time.
Cunningham adds a change of pace for the Bears’ backfield.
Long has made steady improvements from his initial state from the gruesome ankle injury.
Watson has quite the winning track record from his time at Clemson.
Prosinski adds depth to the defense and special teams.
“I’m here to make plays,” Wheaton says.
After moving on from Kizer’s disappointing 2016 season, scouts are believing in his strong arm.
Jamal Adams, Malik Hooker and Obi Melifonwu are the among options for the Bears.