The Bears are sick, and there’s no immediate or singular cure.
A location still hasn’t been chosen, but it’s between Chicago and Los Angeles.
Michael Sam’s magic moment has left America divided, making the masses uncomfortable for many reasons, though much of it has nothing to do with Michael Sam.
Michael Sam has been picked by the St. Louis Rams in the seventh round of the NFL draft, becoming the first openly gay player drafted by a pro football team.
A San Jose State product, Fales (6-2/212) led the nation in completion percentage (72.5%) as a junior, finishing his career with 8,382 passing yards, a 68% completion percentage and a three-to-one touchdown (66) to interception (22) ratio.
The Minnesota product was a versatile player in college, lining up at outside corner, slot corner, safety and at gunner on special teams.
If Kyle Fuller is better than Charles Tillman, there’s no need for an apprenticeship.
All eyes and iPhones were on Johnny Manziel, who squirmed in his seat for 21 picks before landing in the wasteland we call Cleveland. He forced a smile and his signature salutation, rubbing his thumb and forefinger, a metaphor for counting his cash.
Will the Bears do with a defensive tackle or safety? Those would be the logical picks.
(CBSSports.com) If you hate that this year’s NFL Draft is taking place in early May, you might really end up hating 2015. The NFL is seriously considering moving the draft back even further, probably a week or […]
As the NFL Draft begins Thursday evening in New York, Mayor Rahm Emanuel is hoping to bring the three-day spectacle to Chicago as soon as next year.
The culture of today’s NFL makes safeties more valuable than ever.
Manziel is a candidate to go No. 1 overall in May’s NFL Draft.
Adam Hoge and Dan Durkin preview the NFL Draft with their first draft podcast.
Alshon Jeffery and Jadeveon Clowney were teammates at South Carolina in 2011.
Owners of the top pick, the Texans watched Clowney’s pro day on Wednesday.
The Bears have seven selections in the NFL draft, including two in the sixth round.
With less financial incentive to improve one’s draft position, more underclassmen are leaving college early.
Logistically, Chicago could host the big game, but Soldier Field’s smaller capacity is a hold-up.
You “can’t go wrong with God,” Adam Muema explained.