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.
Former Illinois running back Mikel Leshoure will check in with the Mully and Hanley Show each week to give updates as he prepares for April’s NFL Draft.
With the uncertainty of free agency and little cap room to work with, the majority of the upgrades for the Chicago Bears will likely have to come from April’s NFL Draft.
There’s something different about Boston College offensive tackle Anthony Castonzo from Hawthorne Woods.
As much as the Chicago Bears need to add an offensive tackle in this year’s NFL Draft, that might not be in the cards. But a lot could still change as the NFL’s Scouting Combine begins on Thursday.
A report surfaced a few weeks ago that the NFL players’ union was discussing the idea of boycotting the NFL’s Scouting Combine. Today, via the NFLPA’s Twitter account, that report was denied.
Chicago Bears offensive lineman Chris Williams was drafted to be the team’s left tackle of the future. But so far the Vanderbilt alum is looking more like a solid guard.
The Bears are slated to have the No. 29, No. 62 and No. 93 overall picks in the first three rounds. Who will they take?
Gabe Carimi was the best offensive lineman on arguably the best offensive line in all of college football last year. And he might also be the best option for protecting Jay Cutler.
There is very little argument against the fact that Jerry Rice is the best receiver to ever play in the NFL. So when Rice decides to dish out some knowledge people take heed, and so should the Chicago Bears.
Maurkice Pouncey was a Pro-Bowl selection for the Pittsburgh Steelers as a rookie. His twin brother Mike, could be a draft prospect for the Chicago Bears at the end of the first round.
Halas Hall needs a “help wanted” sign hanging from the windows starting this week and up to the 2011 NFL Draft in April.