The Bears will need Roquan Smith against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. Finally the camp-long nightmare has come to an end. The plan was for Smith to start Week One.
by: Bryan Perez — USA Today: Bears Wire 6h
The very last pick of the NFL draft is affectionately referred to as ‘Mr. Irrelevant,’ a tradition that started in 1976 and has continued on through 2018. Last year’s Mr. Irreleva…
by: JJ STANKEVITZ — NBC Sports Chicago 7h
The Bears are hoping this week's joint practices with the Denver Broncos add a little competitive boost to the dog days of preseason practices.
by: Reuters — Yahoo Sports 7h
Pittsburgh Steelers team doctors are evaluating quarterback Ben Roethlisberger for a concussion after he left Tuesday's practice early following a hit, and he was placed in the concussion protocol, according to head coach Mike Tomlin. Roethlisberger was..
by: Erik Lambert — Sports Mockery 8h
The preseason is always about seizing an opportunity to get noticed. None have done that more in 2018 for the Bears than DeAndre Houston-Carson.
by: Lester A. Wiltfong Jr. — SB Nation: Windy City Gridiron 9h
The NFL released an interesting interview with Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy.
by: Mark Potash — Chicago Sun-Times 10h
He appeared to get through his first practice in good shape, so he’s already a step ahead of Joey Bosa. But there’s still a long way to go.
by: N/A — NFL: Videos 10h
The "Total Access" crew discuss if the Chicago Bears will make it to the playoffs in 2018.
by: Nate Bouda — NFL Trade Rumors 10h
Bears Bears first-round LB Roquan Smith told reporters on Tuesday that his holdout was just business and he’s “happy to be here now.” “That’s just the business side of things,” said Smith, via the Chicago Sun-Times. “It is what it is. And I’m just happy..
by: Bob LeGere — Daily Herald 10h
Matt Nagy was glad to have Chicago Bears first-round draft pick Roquan Smith at practice after he missed the first 29 days of training camp, but he wasn't going overboard about it.
by: Larry Mayer — NFL: Chicago Bears 10h
Coach Matt Nagy is ready to get to work with the first-round draft pick who signed his contract Tuesday before the team traveled to Denver for a week of practices.
Roquan Smith's holdout will be forgotten quickly — as long as he lives up to his billing on the field
by: David Haugh — Chicago Tribune 12h
Roquan Smith did nothing to dispel the notion that he was merely a pawn in CAA’s monthlong chess game with the Bears, turning into Robotic Roquan when asked about everything from his role in negotiations.