The Bears need to up the talent and competition at both inside linebacker spots this offseason.
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“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.
The Bears must ask themselves if Marshall is worth the drama that he brings.
The Bears’ transition from a 4-3 to a 3-4 defense has officially started.
“We’ll keep you posted,” Fox says.
McCown has ties to several key figures at Halas Hall.
Gase’s refusal to hire Jim Tomsula led to his arrival in Chicago.
“I definitely love Chicago, but I definitely understand it’s a business,” Marshall said.
There are about 11 elite prospects, Matt Miller says, so the Bears shouldn’t trade back.
“Chicago’s going die keeping on hoping that Jay Cutler’s gonna be that player,” Tarkenton says.
Urlacher was happy to hear that new coach John Fox welcomes him back.
Veteran kicker Jay Feely offered some strong thoughts about Marc Trestman and Jay Cutler.
The Bears haven’t prioritized the safety position in recent years.
By hiring an outside linebackers coach, the Bears are hinting to a shift to a 3-4 defense.
Gase’s ability to add wrinkles after self-scouting is one of his biggest strengths.
With the Rodgers hire, the Bears have filled out their defensive coaching staff.
There are a lot of smart men leading sports franchises in Chicago now.