Long took reps at left tackle at Wednesday’s mini-camp session.
Bennett had missed all the team’s voluntary offseason workouts.
“He’s obviously a very, very capable athlete,” coach John Fox says.
Bennett continues to skip the Bears’ OTAs.
The Bears’ new linebacker carries varied interests.
The Bears’ tight end is in an apparent contract dispute.
McCaskey’s priorities are out of line, and it’s embarrassing.
It may be a long uphill climb back to respectability for the Chicago Bears.
Fangio spoke for the first time about the defense he’s installing in Chicago.
Goldman’s powerful at the point of attack and effective against the run.
Pace kept it simple, taking the best available player in Kevin White.
“He’s part of our football team, and we’ll leave it at that,” Fox says.
The Bears’ veteran is optimistic about his fresh start in Chicago.
Cutler appreciates the minds of his new coaches.
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.