The Bears’ two-time Pro Bowler will be a key leader in 2015.
The big question: Will Kyle Long remain at guard or move outside to tackle?
Long’s elite play through two seasons proves he is ready to transition to tackle for the Bears.
Long took reps at left tackle at Wednesday’s mini-camp session.
Given his great talent, Long should play where he’s most valuable, and that’s not guard.
“He’s obviously a very, very capable athlete,” coach John Fox says.
Iowa’s Brandon Scherff is the top offensive lineman prospect in the 2015 draft class.
Garza discusses his time with the Bears and what’s in store for the future.
Clemmings converted from defensive end and is now a coveted offensive tackle prospect.
Garza was released by the Bears on Thursday.
While the new regime has been silent, Long has been outspoken.
Some believe Long’s future lies at left tackle or right tackle.
It’s all part of a busy Wednesday on Twitter for Long.
All five starters are set to return this fall, but is Kyle Long better suited at tackle?
The season’s over, yet the Bears continue to find ways to make headlines for the wrong reasons.
Long was the only Chicago player honored.
Bears players face an uncertain future amid the firings of team leadership.
The Bears expected elite results from over-promoted people.
Despite a double-digit loss season, Marc Trestman insists everyone involved did their best.
Even Long was surprised he was a first-round pick.