Here’s something that Marc Trestman knows down to the core of his being.
Just two days into padded practices and the Bears are already suffering crucial injuries.
Big changes hit the Bears with the force of a winter wind in Chicago. Now, it’s time to see how all the moves play out.
No player enters the 2013 season with higher outside expectations than Jermon Bushrod.
It’s rare for a prospect with only a handful of collegiate starts to end up as the 20th overall selection in the NFL draft, yet that’s exactly where Kyle Long found himself this past April 25th.
Mandatory minicamp kicks off for the Bears today, yet another sign that football is right around the corner. This is the first in a two-part series, taking a look at the Bears roster by position group. Offense is up first.
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.
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.
Of course there’s no way to be sure on any signing or trade or draft pick until after there has been actual significant game play, but as of right now I like the Phil Emery moves.
Free agency got off to a roaring start and the movement made by the Bears coupled with their performance on Draft Day will determine whether head coach Marc Trestman has a winning hand to play once training camp begins in the summer.
Bears fans got their first look at the new pieces added by general manager Phil Emery on Wednesday afternoon.
The quarterback from Santa Claus, Indiana just got another Christmas morning.
The Chicago Bears have signed two-time Pro Bowl tackle Jermon Bushrod to a five-year contract.