As the 2011 NFL Draft approaches, it’s no secret that the Chicago Bears need to do something to provide protection for staring quarterback Jay Cutler.
With the NFL Draft being less than a week away and new mock drafts popping up daily, the only sure thing about this draft is that it will be unique.
When the Chicago Bears drafted Richard Dent in the eighth round of the 1983 NFL Draft, they made one of the best decisions in the franchise’s draft history. Bears fans are hoping that Dent’s luck with the draft continues.
The Chicago Bears have their draft board all ready to go for the 29th pick of April 28th’s Draft, but don’t be surprised if the team ends up trading down.
The NFL Draft is a week away, and while we still don’t know if there will be a 2011 season, we do know that the Chicago Bears have a lot of needs to address, and right now only have six picks to do so.
Just two weeks out from the 2011 NFL Draft, and the conversation surrounding the Chicago Bears is relatively the same. The Bears need to either protect quarterback Jay Cutler or improve their aging defensive line.
As the NFL Draft quickly approaches, more and more mock drafts pile up and more predictions are made about where college football’s best players will end up.
Mikel Leshoure spent three seasons competing with his Fighting Illini teammates against other top college football programs. Now he’s competing against one of the best running backs from the SEC.
The Chicago Bears desperately need help along the offensive line if they want to pickup where they left off last season. But don’t be surprised if the team goes after more than one player to bolster that group.
With less than a month until the NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears are still evaluating players in the draft, and on their roster, to find the best draft day strategy.
The Chicago Bears continue to prepare for April’s NFL Draft. And according to a report, the team will work out Cal safety Chris Conte.
With the NFL Draft just over a month away, the Chicago Bears’ draft board and strategy are probably still undergoing some fine-tuning.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be considered one of the top NFL prospects, and how cool how cool it would be to get invited to Radio City Music Hall for the NFL Draft?
Mikel Leshoure worked nonstop to prepare for the NFL Combine, and that hard work payed off. Now Leshoure is a day away from his pro day, and another chance to impress the NFL scouts and coaches.
The Chicago Bears will undoubtedly be pursuing an offensive tackle during April’s NFL Draft. The player at the top if their wish list might be Wisconsin’s Gabe Carimi, who some, including himself, think is the best tackle in the draft.
Mikel Leshoure is one of the best running backs in the the history of Fighting Illini football, but just where does he stack up in this year’s NFL Draft.
The NFL Combine is now over and nearly a month has passed since our first Bears mock draft. Naturally, some players moved up on the draft boards and some players moved down.
Martez Wilson is among three former Fighting Illini players expected to be taken high in the NFL Draft. Unlike his former teammates, Wilson needed a big combine to solidify himself in the NFL Draft.
The poking, prodding, measuring, weighing and timing of future NFL commodities is over. Well not quite, players still have pro days and individual workouts to showcase their talents, but the NFL Scouting Combine is finished.
The NFL Combine is wrapping up Tuesday, and as the April draft approaches we’ll slowly get a clearer picture of what the Bears might do. One published mock draft as them going with an offensive tackle from the SEC.