The Bears’ special teams need a big bounce back from their dismal 2014 performance.
This could be Jay Cutler’s make-or-break year in Chicago.
For the third straight season, the tight end position is Martellus Bennett or bust.
The big question: Will Kyle Long remain at guard or move outside to tackle?
Once again, Matt Forte will be the centerpiece, but which other back is ready to contribute this fall?
Alshon Jeffery will draw more attention, but he’s ready for the role, while Kevin White has big potential.
Antrel Rolle will have big responsibility thrust upon him in his first year with the Bears.
Is Kyle Fuller ready to take the next step in his development? It’s crucial for not only him but the entire cornerback group.
Inside linebacker will be a compelling competition to monitor in training camp.
Vic Fangio’s scheme requires a consistent pass rush from the outside linebackers. Who will step up for the Bears?
The Bears’ defensive line has some potential but overall is a young, unsettled group with mismatched pieces.
Long’s elite play through two seasons proves he is ready to transition to tackle for the Bears.
Dan Durkin takes a look at a red zone concept the Bears will use under offensive coordinator Adam Gase.
Durkin takes a look at one of the factors that’s led to Fangio’s success against the league’s MVP.
Dan Durkin breaks down what will be expected of the Bears’ inside linebackers under coordinator Vic Fangio.
Fangio spoke for the first time about the defense he’s installing in Chicago.
White will have big-play potential in Gase’s rub and mesh route concepts.
Amos has all the traits scouts look for in a safety, but must become a more reliable open-field tackler.
Langford was a productive runner at Michigan State who can contribute immediately on offense and special teams.
Goldman’s powerful at the point of attack and effective against the run.