It’s not a perfect roster, but the Bears have put together an intriguing group of young, promising players on both sides of the ball.
by: Larry Mayer — NFL: Chicago Bears 17 Jul
Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses the strongest position group on the Bears roster, an under-the-radar player who could win a starting job and whether the Bears were a candidate to be featured on
by: Rich Campbell, Brad Biggs, Colleen Kane, Dan Wiederer — Chicago Tribune 16 Jul
Bears burning questions: Chicago Tribune writers address key issues
by: Bryan Perez — NBC Sports Chicago 16 Jul
For the Chicago Bears defense to reach elite status in 2018, nose tackle Eddie Goldman must take that next step in his development.
by: Patrick Finley — Chicago Sun-Times 15 Jul
Bears coach Matt Nagy will have plenty of time to sort through his first preseason — and, along with general manager Ryan Pace, pick his first roster.
by: David Mamola — Fansided: NFL Spin Zone 14 Jul
In order for the Chicago Bears to improve their 29th-ranked scoring offense, the play of the offensive line needs to be better in 2018. Injuries and poor p...
by: Parker Hurley — Fansided: Bear Goggles On 11 Jul
The new ratings for Madden 19 have released for every player. How do the Chicago Bears players rank? With the new release of Madden is the obsession over w...
by: Satchel Price — Chicago Sun-Times 10 Jul
EA Sports released the complete player ratings for 'Madden NFL 19' on Tuesday, and there's both good and bad news for Bears fans.
by: Colleen Kane — Chicago Tribune 9 Jul
The Bears return four of their five main offensive line starters from 2017 — left tackle Charles Leno, right tackle Bobby Massie, center Cody Whitehair and right guard Kyle Long — and add a promising newcomer in James Daniels.