Seeing the names of rookie Bears this time of year is usually not a good thing.
“He’s not a perfect player. We like the fit. We like what he brings to us intangibly. We wanted to get better up front. He’s a seasoned player.”
The Bears traded former promising first round draft pick Gabe Carimi to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday.
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.
If Gabe Carimi’s future with the Bears wasn’t already in doubt, it certainly is now.
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.
Tuesday marked a significant day for the Chicago Bears franchise as the team took the field inside the Walter Payton Center for the first time under the guidance of new head coach Marc Trestman.
The Bears are not going to ignore the offensive line in the draft, but they don’t have to use their first-round pick on a blocker.
Trestman needs to take a page out of Carroll’s book and trust his eyes when deciding who’s in the lineup.
The Bears’ reshuffled offensive line can’t really be worse, but it’s also one that will need to keep it simple.
Sunday afternoon at Soldier Field, rhythm was somehow found and largely sustained against a decent Vikings defense as the Bears ended a two-game slide with a 28-10 victory.
Adam Hoge grades the Bears following their 28-10 win over the Minnesota Vikings Sunday.
The Bears could not have afforded a loss to a divisional opponent, especially not at home, and with Jay Cutler returning to action.
Despite Gabe Carimi’s demotion this week, Bears analyst Tom Thayer said he believes the second-year offensive tackle “is going to have a bright NFL career.”
After Monday’s disastrous 32-7 loss to the 49ers, the Bears have started making some changes along the offensive line, most notably benching right tackle Gabe Carimi.
Bears offensive line coach Mike Tice got the message.
Here’s what Laurence Holmes saw, heard and was told since the Bears lost to the San Francisco 49ers Monday night.
Heading into the Bears matchup against the Texans on Sunday night, one key matchup to watch is J.J. Watt versus Gabe Carimi.
J.J. Watt and Gabe Carimi were two of the more competitive, hardest working players on the team. And they weren’t exactly buddy-buddy.
No matter how much time he missed a year ago, Chicago Bears right tackle Gabe Carimi insists he doesn’t feel like a rookie anymore.