2013 Bears Training Camp
Considering only one preseason game and zero regular season games have been played, it’s premature to get too excited about any team’s draft class from this year.
Thursday’s preseason game against the Chargers at Soldier Field should give fans a better idea of what the 2013 Chicago Bears will look like.
Every year there is that one player who shines late in the first preseason game and gets the fan base all excited.
When Marc Trestman said Friday in Charlotte that J’Marcus Webb was “in a competition”, it wasn’t all that surprising based on his play.
Some starters won’t play at all, but Jay Cutler will receive at least a few plays.
Eben Britton admits he didn’t have expectations to make the Bears’ 53-man roster when he signed with the team in April.
The Bears open up the preseason Friday night at Carolina and we have yet to get a good idea from the coaching staff who will play and who will sit.
Jay Cutler may have thrown four interceptions in Tuesday’s practice at Olivet Nazarene University, but there’s seems to be some disagreement amongst the Bears about how many of them were legitimate.
The Bears may have a better offensive line this season than the Packers.
Adam Hoge takes a look at the Bears’ first released depth chart of the season.
Bears left tackle Jermon Bushrod returned to practice Monday on a limited basis, exactly one week after suffering a calf injury in the second padded practice of training camp.
Here are five questions we could get answers to this week.
The Bears’ first preseason game is only a week away and it’s becoming apparent they could be without a number of key players in Charlotte next Friday.
When Bears general manager Phil Emery made the decision to hold all contract extensions discussions until after the season, some questioned his decision.
So much for that so called kicking competition.
Friday morning’s Bears practice at Olivet Nazarene University was postponed until the afternoon due to storms in the Kankakee County area.
Now in his 12th NFL season, Julius Peppers still looks like Julius Peppers.
Corey Wootton’s impressive training camp hit a speed bump Thursday when he left practice with a hip injury.
With almost a full week of training camp under Marc Trestman in the books, Bears players are starting to get a good idea of how their new coach will run his team.
With the read-option quickly spreading across the NFL, it’s only natural for every training camp across the country to overreact when a touch of it is thrown in the offense.