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Pace is confident in his draft plans.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel was enjoying his role playing host to the 2015 NFL Draft on Wednesday, hoping to convince NFL officials to bring the draft back to Chicago for years to come.
The former NFL head coach sees several intriguing names for the Bears.
How much will the Bears’ 2015 rookie class cost? Dan Durkin has the details.
Are you ready for some football? Grant Park certainly is, and the city is hoping to score a touchdown with this week’s NFL Draft.
Here are the details and useful links you’ll need to get ready for this weekend’s draft.
CBS 2’s Jim Williams reports this is going to be a post card for the city with all the media coverage from here and will have a ripple effect for Chicago businesses.
One of the most important days of the NFL season begins on Thursday night in Chicago.
Bears owner McCaskey joined the Mully and Hanley Show on Monday morning.
Chicago public high school athletes attended a symposium Saturday on what it’s like to be drafted for the NFL.
Here are the top 64 prospects in the 2015 Draft in Dan Durkin’s eyes.
It’s going to take time, but Pace must change the trend at Halas Hall.
Iowa’s Brandon Scherff is the top offensive lineman prospect in the 2015 draft class.
Here are the top 50 prospects in the NFL Draft in Dan Durkin’s eyes.
There’s a good reason why so many draft boards differ.
Draft Town will be taking over Grant Park in a couple of weeks for the 2015 NFL Draft, and we’re getting our first look at what it will look like.
Lockett’s versatility as a returner and receiver makes him a quality value pick.
Edwards is projected to be a late first-round or early second-round pick.
Smith is one of the best pure athletes in the 2015 draft and will make an immediate impact as a rookie.