Seeing the names of rookie Bears this time of year is usually not a good thing.
Four NBA teams remain in the running for the title, and the never-say-die Bulls are not one of them because, well, they died.
Emery has to hit a home run in this draft and give Trestman at least two regular starters. At least one of those players must come on the offensive side.
In the wake of his release from the Bears, offensive lineman Chris Williams will visit the Eagles.
The Bears have released former first-round pick Chris Williams.
Expectations for the Bears offense have never been higher.
Offensive coordinator Mike Tice confirmed Wednesday that Carimi is not 100 percent and suggested that the right tackle might not even be able to take all the snaps during Sunday’s opener against the Colts.
If Bears coaches know who their starting left tackle is, they aren’t telling.
As sports fans, we’ve been programmed to conclude that the best regular season team will become the eventual champion.
As refreshing as it was to hear Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice speak so candidly about the disappointing debut of his offensive line, it didn’t sit well with me.
Now, unless there is an unforeseen performance from Webb, Williams or a scrapheap left tackle that doesn’t appear to actually exist, chances seem slim that the Bears’ 26-year championship drought will end this fall.
Mike Tice liked how Chris Williams played at right tackle in the first preseason game and he once again is giving him the chance to beat out Webb for the starting left tackle position.
Mike Tice confirmed Monday what we’ve thought for nearly a week: J’Marcus Webb is the Bears starting left tackle.
It appeared the battle was over last week, but the Bears’ first depth chart confirmed Monday that J’Marcus Webb is the starting left tackle.
The Chicago Bears are one of the teams that many NFL observers are feeling good about with the season about five weeks away from starting.
Only four padded practices into training camp, we’re starting to see some interesting developments at both offensive tackle positions.
Good luck, now, to that ravenous swarm that descended on Bourbonnais yesterday.
As we count down to Bourbonnais, a panel of 15 670 The Score hosts, reporters and producers ranked their top 10 most important Bears players for the 2012 season.
After watching OTAs and mini-camp over the last four weeks, we’re starting to get a better look at what the Bears’ depth chart might look when training camp opens in late July.
As Lovie Smith says, mini-camp is the end of the Bears offseason. It’s three days where the foundation is laid and the scene is set for Bourbonnais.