Bears Training Camp: Roster Set; Fans Wonder When Justin Fields Will Start Regular Season GamesThe Chicago Bears' 53-man roster is set -- for now -- after a flurry of moves by General Manager Ryan Pace, including placing rook tackle Teven Jenkins on injured reserve.
On Bears Training Camp Eve, All Eyes Are On Justin Fields, But Andy Dalton Will Still Be Starting QBThe Bears are back – not quite back on the field, but back in Halas Hall, where Training Camp will be held with fans for the first time.
Ryan Pace: Bears Have To 'Be Ready For Every Single Scenario' With NFL DraftBears General Manager Ryan Pace is on the clock in a quarterback-rich year.
Kyle Long Weighs In On Ryan Pace, Matt Nagy, The Future Of The BearsCBS 2’s Matt Zahn talked with Kyle Long, who's covering the Super Bowl for CBS Sports Network, about his former bosses.
Despite Back-To-Back 8-8 Seasons, Bears Will Bring Back GM Ryan Pace And Head Coach Matt Nagy For 2021"The decisions we’re announcing today may not be the easiest or most popular, but we believe they're the best decisions for the Bears,” Bears chairman George McCaskey said.
Reports Say Bears Will Be Keeping GM Ryan Pace, Head Coach Matt Nagy On BoardIt looks like Bears General Manager Ryan Pace and Head Coach for Matt Nagy are getting another chance.
Bears vs. Detroit Lions: Three Things To Watch In Season OpenerIs it the first game of a breakthrough season for Mitchell Trubisky and the offense or the beginning of the end for Trubisky, Ryan Pace, and others?
Bears GM At NFL Combine: We Believe In Mitch. He Knows He Has To Be Better"To be clear, yes it is. We believe in Mitch. Mitch knows he needs to be better. We need to be better around him, and that's our goal."
Bears Say Mitchell Trubisky Will Be Starting QB In 2020; But Offensive Coordinator Mark Helfrich, 3 Other Coaches FiredThe Bears were banking on Trubisky to take another big step in his third year in the NFL and second in coach Matt Nagy's system. But instead of emerging as a top-tier quarterback, the No. 2 overall pick in the 2017 draft took a step back.
Bears' Tight End Trey Burton Day-To-Day With Minor Groin InjuryComing off sports hernia surgery in the offseason, Chicago Bears tight end Trey Burton suffered a mild groin injury last week, and is day-to-day heading into the season opener against the Green Bay Packers on Thursday.
Bears GM Ryan Pace Not Expecting Trade To Move Up Into 1st Or 2nd Round Of Draft; 'We Don’t Have A Lot Of Ammunition'Bears general manager has proved he’s not afraid to move up in the NFL Draft to pick a player he wants, after trading up twice in the past two years, but don’t expect the Bears to trade up into the first or second round this year.
Bears GM Won't Say If Parkey Will Be Back Next SeasonBears GM Ryan Pace was adamant Monday that the Bears need improvement in the kicking game. He also said "those are things that need to play out" when asked if Parkey will return for a second season.
Emma: Ryan Pace Needs To Convert This Offseason For Bears To Halt Cycle Of LosingThe Bears are set to enter the new league year with more than $80 million in cap space.
Bears, Kyle Fuller Evaluating Options On New ContractThe Bears have until March 6 to tender the franchise tag on Fuller. If they don't, he's set to hit the open market.
Bears' Roster Purge Positions Them For Healthier Salary Cap SituationWith more releases expected, the Bears can enter the new league year with more cap space than most teams in the league.