2015 NFL Draft
The experts are nearly unanimous in a grade for Chicago: B.
An estimated 50,000 people visited Draft Town in Grant Park on the first day of a three-day fan festival outside the Auditorium Theatre, where the draft stage has been set up.
Landon Collins and Randy Gregory are two names to watch.
Pace has prepared his entire career for this pivotal moment with the Bears.
Follow along here for your one-stop shop of Bears coverage during the NFL Draft.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel was enjoying his role playing host to the 2015 NFL Draft on Wednesday, hoping to convince NFL officials to bring the draft back to Chicago for years to come.
How much will the Bears’ 2015 rookie class cost? Dan Durkin has the details.
Are you ready for some football? Grant Park certainly is, and the city is hoping to score a touchdown with this week’s NFL Draft.
Here are the details and useful links you’ll need to get ready for this weekend’s draft.
With the draft just days away, here’s Durkin’s final first-round projection.
Here are the top 64 prospects in the 2015 Draft in Dan Durkin’s eyes.
The Bears continue to visit with the draft’s top wide receiver prospects.
Iowa’s Brandon Scherff is the top offensive lineman prospect in the 2015 draft class.
Here are the top 50 prospects in the NFL Draft in Dan Durkin’s eyes.
Edwards is stout against the run but needs polish as a pass rusher.
Clemmings converted from defensive end and is now a coveted offensive tackle prospect.
Shelton is the top defensive tackle prospect in the 2015 NFL draft.
Given his size-to-speed radio, White has the most upside of any receiver in this class.
Seeing the NFL Draft sounds like a lot of work, and it’s unclear what the prize even is.
The NFL Draft will take place from April 30-May 2.