Bears should get good look at strong crop of offensive linemen in Mobile
by: Hub Arkush — Daily Herald 1h
Whether it was justified or not, there was optimism that the Bears offensive line could be a strength of the team in 2019. Instead, it was a problem all season long. Now fixing it is one of the team's biggest offseason needs.
by: Jason Lieser — Chicago Sun-Times 2h
This could be the first draft since 2016 without a first-round tight end. That’s not such a bad thing for the Bears, who don’t pick until No. 43.
by: Bryan Perez — NBC Sports Chicago 3h
Broncos star pass rusher Von Miller said Bears QB Mitch Trubisky isn't as bad as you think.
by: Larry Mayer — NFL: Chicago Bears 4h
Eddie Jackson greatly appreciates being voted to the Pro Bowl for the second consecutive season. But the Bears safety would prefer to be playing in the other “bowl” game a week from Sunday in Miami Gardens.
by: Erik Lambert — Sports Mockery 4h
The Chicago Bears have been sniffing around inside linebackers a lot lately. Another name joined that list down in Mobile, and he's an interesting one.
by: Rick Suter — USA Today: Touchdown Wire 4h
Planters’ newest Super Bowl commercial teaser took a tragic turn—off a cliff, to be exact—when Mr. Peanut made the ultimate sacrifice: himself. It’s a tough loss, no doubt, and the news…
by: Ryan Heckman — Fansided: Da Windy City 5h
There are two popular quarterback names which Chicago Bears fans can stop talking about now, and both for different reasons. It is no secret that Mitchell ...
by: @nbcchicago — NBC Chicago 5h
After Planters started a #RIPeanut hashtag on Wednesday after the “death” of spokespeanut Mr. Peanut, Chicago Bears fans had to do a double-take to make sure that one of the most famous cornerbacks in the history of the team hadn’t unexpectedly...
by: Lester A. Wiltfong Jr. — SB Nation: Windy City Gridiron 8h
... but considering the source, we can probably cross Dalton off the Bears’ list of options.
by: Alyssa Barbieri — USA Today: Bears Wire 9h
Utah State QB Jordan Love should be a name on Bears’ radar. But Love might not fall to the Bears in 2nd round if he continues to impress.
by: HUB ARKUSHFollow10:13 am — Wisconsin State Journal 10h
But huge holes could emerge quickly depending on free agency
by: Stephen Letizia — The Chicago Audible 11h
With such a great opportunity to watch some draft prospects on the field, here are the defensive players Bears Fans should pay attention to.
Potential vet QB name for #Bears fans to file away for March: Nate Sudfeld. #FlyEaglesFly thought enough of Nick Foles' backup in SB (and DeFilippo pupil) to put a 2nd-rd RFA tender on him last yr. Washington drafted him late in Rd 6 out of Indiana. Big, competitive rhythm QB.Beat Writer / Columnist
RT @bears_insider: From Mobile, @MarkSchofield writes, from schematic standpoint, Gordon still cleaner potential Day 2 fit for Nagy #Bears offense. But he's been more impressed with Hurts than Gordon this week, at least through first two @seniorbowl practices https://t.co/OKxurGSaJD 🔓Beat Writer / Columnist
Great OL scouting here from Mark for our #Bears subscribers on Jonah Jackson, Matt Pearl, Hakeem Adeniji, Matt Hennessy, John Simpson, Damien Lewis and more ... https://t.co/iq8TSoFkkqNewspaper / Magazine
RT @JasonLieser: This could be the first NFL draft without a first-round tight end since 2016. That's not necessarily a bad thing for the Bears, who make their first pick at No. 43. It's an interesting year for them to attempt to solve one of their biggest problems-- https://t.co/Y4Mj4jOy59Beat Writer / Columnist
Eno Benjamin had a solid practice today. His only blemish, that I caught, was mishandling a long pass in the end zone. He's become a favorite here for reporters with his great personality.Blogger / Podcaster
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From Mobile, @MarkSchofield writes, from schematic standpoint, Gordon still cleaner potential Day 2 fit for Nagy #Bears offense. But he's been more impressed with Hurts than Gordon this week, at least through first two @seniorbowl practices https://t.co/OKxurGSaJD 🔓Newspaper / Magazine
RT @PFWeekly: How'd QBs look on Day 2 at the Senior Bowl? @MarkSchofield's full notebook is in, and while it includes plenty of praise for the first-round guys Herbert and Love, there's an interesting potential fit w/ Hurts, who continues to show his vertical chops ... https://t.co/UrSruBDpqZBeat Writer / Columnist
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