The Chicago Bears traded up from the end of the second round to draft defensive tackle Stephen Paea from Oregon State.
As the Chicago Bears evaluate their roster heading into the NFL Draft weekend, they need to address one specific position where they’re falling behind the rest of the NFC North division.
The Chicago Bears hold the 29th overall pick in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft. And they could potentially go a few different directions with that pick: offensive line, defensive line or trade it to acquire more picks.
This is the third in a series of mock drafts for the Chicago Bears leading up to the NFL Draft, which begins Thursday night.
As the 2011 NFL Draft approaches, it’s no secret that the Chicago Bears need to do something to provide protection for staring quarterback Jay Cutler.
The Chicago Bears have their draft board all ready to go for the 29th pick of April 28th’s Draft, but don’t be surprised if the team ends up trading down.
With the NFL Draft just over a month away, the Chicago Bears’ draft board and strategy are probably still undergoing some fine-tuning.
The Chicago Bears will have a new defensive line coach when next season begins. On Thursday, the team announced the signing of Mike Phair to that position.
Some NFL teams’ season have come to an end, and they’re now vigorously evaluating their current players and coaches as well as potential players and coaches to help them reach the playoffs next season.
One of the biggest surprises this season has been the outstanding play of defensive lineman Matt Toeaina.