2012 NFL Draft
The NFL has truly become a 365/24/7 operation – especially for draftniks – so with the combine and free agent frenzy complete, here’s my final take on how the first-round will shake out.
Here’s a message to Phil Emery: If you want to further win over your fan base, simply draft a player with the No. 19 pick who will have an immediate impact on the team.
When drafting in the NFL, what’s more important: selecting the best football player or selecting the best athlete who you can develop into a football player?
The Bears learned the hard way in 2011 how important depth can be.
General manager Ryan Grigson decided there was no reason to delay the inevitable: Luck will become the successor to Peyton Manning as Indianapolis’ quarterback and the new face of the franchise.
In 2012, the Bears will look to pick up where they left off before the Cutler injury that derailed their season. One Bears expert thinks that new GM Phil Emery is drafting to win it all now – not to simply stock young players for future success.
The NFL Draft is just two weeks away and we’ve seen a number of changes since my first Bears mock draft.
The Score has you covered in all facets of this year’s draft as the Bears prepare to use the 19th overall selection. Here’s a roundup of what you can expect:
In preparation for the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft, The Score hosted a roundtable discussion Tuesday night featuring The Score’s Laurence Holmes, Zach Zaidman, Mike Mulligan and the Chicago Tribune’s Brad Biggs, Dan Pompei and Matt Bowen.
The stars of the 2012 NFL Draft may be aligning perfectly for the Chicago Bears.
With the NFL Draft less than one week away, Bears cornerback D.J. Moore joined Laurence Holmes inside The Score studios.
A person with direct knowledge of the situation says the Indianapolis Colts are taking Stanford quarterback Andrew with the No. 1 pick in next week’s NFL draft.
The Bears may focus on the linebacker position in this year’s draft. Luke Kuechly of Boston College is a can’t miss player at his position.
Twenty days and counting until the 77th annual meeting of NFL franchises to select eligible football players.
According to a report, LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne scored a four out of 50 on the Wonderlic test, a basic reasoning and intelligence exam taken by all prospects at the Scouting Combine.
Teams that love to spout that they will be looking for the best available athlete on Draft Day are just filling your ears with soupy oatmeal.
According to a report, West Virginia DE Bruce Irvin will make a pre-draft visit to Halas Hall on April 16.
55 days and counting until the 77th annual meeting of NFL franchises to select eligible football players. The NFL has truly become a 365/24/7 operation – especially for draftniks. So with the combine completed, here’s my first take on how the first round will shake out.
He’s about to become a multimillionaire. An entire city – heck, state – is ready to shower him with adoration. And, so far, he’s led quite the charmed life during the 22 years that he’s been living it.
While most mock drafts have the Bears selecting a wide receiver with the No. 19 pick, that position isn’t the only need the team needs to fill.