Michael Lombardi: Mark Sanchez Is 'In The Way' Of Mitchell Trubisky's Development With Bears"Trubisky needs is second-team reps, and he needs scout-team reps," Lombardi says. "He needs them both."
Browns Hire Michael Lombardi As Vice President Of Player PersonnelThe Cleveland Browns have hired TV analyst and Mully And Hanley insider Michael Lombardi as their vice president of player personnel.
Bears Ranked Second In Free Agency ReviewThe NFL Network's Michael Lombardi ranked the Bears second in free agency acquisitions, behind only the Buccaneers.
Lombardi: Smith-Emery Marriage Will Be 'Difficult' With new general manager Phil Emery forced to retain head coach Lovie Smith, the two will have no choice but to work together.
Lombardi: Cutler Was Playing At 'MVP Level' One NFL expert even mentioned the words MVP when discussing Cutler.
Lombardi Breaks Down Bears Michael Lombardi joined The Mully and Hanley Show to break down the Bears win over the Eagles on Monday night and preview the upcoming game against the Lions.
Lombardi Breaks Down NFLNFL Network's Michael Lombardi joined The Mully and Hanley Show to breakdown this week's games.
Lombardi: Too Many Days Off During Bye Week With the Bears on their bye week, Michael Lombardi of NFL Network joined The Mully and Hanley Show to discuss how the new rules formatting the bye week will affect Chicago.
Lombardi: Fear Will Lead To Reason In NFL Lockout NegotiationsThis week, the majority of the talk about the NFL has been revolving around the weather in Dallas and the Super Bowl matchup. But there's also been conversations about the negotiation for a new NFL labor agreement.
'Jay Cutler Is One Of The Top 10 Quarterbacks In The League'Performance can change the perception of players in the NFL. Coming into the season, there were people unsure if Jay Cutler was the right quarterback to lead the Chicago Bears back to the playoffs.
In Playoffs, Bears Will Have To Raise LevelThe Bears were the first team to clinch their division this season, which was already more than most people expected from them.