Phillips has the physical skills to dominate at the NFL level and could be a second-round value.
It’s not an easy start for Chicago, and many stout pass defenses await.
Rosario spent four seasons with coach John Fox as a member of the Panthers.
Fowler has an NFL-ready physique, is highly productive on tape and has the athletic grade to match.
The free agent rush is over, but there are still some value players available.
Cutler’s back as quarterback? OK, let’s roll with it as best we can.
Rolle is excited to be a part of a defensive turnaround in Chicago.
John Fox and Ryan Pace aren’t allowing players to do outside media this fall, per a report.
With Cutler on the roster, $10 million of his 2016 base salary has been fully guaranteed.
Royal likely will be a No. 3 receiver in Chicago.
The Bears expect big production from McPhee in an expanded role in Chicago.
Cutler won’t be traded, despite reports that Chicago was shopping him.
It’s an All-22 look at the Bears’ newest pass rusher, outside linebacker Pernell McPhee.
Clausen has a history with Bears coach John Fox.
The Marshall trade illustrates Pace isn’t shy about making moves to build a program to match his image.
The Bears need to up the talent and competition at both inside linebacker spots this offseason.
The Bears may be in the market for another cornerback. Here’s a profile of some available options.
“Chicago needs to look at getting a different leader under center,” Gruden says.
Signs point to the Ryan Pace/John Fox partnership starting off on the right foot.
There’s much to be interpreted in regards to Cutler, Marshall, McCown and more.