Here’s what you need to know about the wide receiver position this year: It’s deep. Here’s our top 12.
The NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi ranked the Bears second in free agency acquisitions, behind only the Buccaneers.
Jackson is by far the best wide out available, but one NFL expert isn’t so sure he’s the right guy for the Bears.
The Bears can certainly use a big, physical No. 1 wide receiver, and a complement to Julius Peppers on the defensive line could pay great dividends.
Monday was a rough day for those NFL teams hoping to land a big-name free agent wide receiver.
Your name is Matt Forte and you are seething. You have been franchised by the Chicago Bears and that means you will get paid $7.7 million next season by the Chicago Bears.
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With the deadline rapidly approaching for the Bears to either sign or franchise tag Matt Forte, a decision could be coming soon.
Could the Bears wide receiver struggles end this offseason?
With a projected $25 million in cap space, the Bears will have plenty of money to upgrade at key positions — like wide receiver.
The 2012 free-agent class of wide receiver is about as deep as it gets. New general manager Phil Emery will have his work cut out for him once free agency begins March 13.
Here’s a bit of advice for the Bears’ next general manager: Run away from Matt Forte.
A weekly glimpse at the Bears’ upcoming opponent. This week: San Diego.
Who should you start this week? Let’s check out this week’s player rankings.
It’s amazing how an offensive coordinator who guided the Bears to the 30th ranked offense in the league a year ago remains with so much power.