by: Sean Hammond — Daily Herald 2h
Sean Hammond: Here are some candidates who the Bears could consider for defensive coordinator.
by: Lester A. Wiltfong Jr. — SB Nation: Windy City Gridiron 4h
There’s been some buzz surrounding the assistant coaches of the Chicago Bears...
by: Larry Hawley — WGN 6h
LAKE FOREST – If he does return to Chicago for the 2021 season, Mario Edwards won’t be available on the field to start the season. On Friday, the National Football League suspended the …
by: Michael David Smith — NBC Sports 7h
Just two days before a playoff game, a Saints player has tested positive for COVID-19. Saints backup center Will Clapp has tested positive, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Clapp doesn’t get much playing time (he didn’t play any offensive snaps,
by: Erik Lambert — Sports Mockery 7h
Matt Nagy has to make sure the Bears defense remains reliable in 2021 if he's going to save his job. For that he needs a quick fix.
by: Nate Bouda — NFL Trade Rumors 7h
Bears Bears WR Anthony Miller won't be suspended for his ejection after throwing a punch at Saints DB C.J. Gardner-Johnson during Sunday's playoff loss. But it's still extraordinarily disappointing for the Bears to have that
by: Mark Potash — Chicago Sun-Times 9h
The Bears chairman lost the support of a sizable chunk of the fan base and needs one of those lightning-in-a-bottle seasons — always possible in the NFL — to prevent a fan revolt next season.
by: Jeff Dickerson, ESPN Staff Writer — ESPN Chicago: Bears Blog 9h
Bears DE Mario Edwards Jr., who is no longer under contract and will be a free agent in March, has been suspended without pay for the first two games of the 2021 regular season for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances.
NFL suspends Chicago Bears defensive lineman Mario Edwards Jr. 2 games for violating its policy on performance-enhancing substances
by: Colleen Kane — Chicago Tribune 9h
The NFL has suspended Chicago Bears defensive lineman Mario Edwards Jr. for the first two games of the 2021 season for violating the league policy on performance-enhancing substances, the team announced in a statement. Edwards is set to become a...
by: Mark Carman — Fansided: Da Windy City 9h
In the end, there were no surprises from the Chicago Bears. The band is back together again for at least one more season. Matt Nagy and Ryan Pace will ...
by: Alyssa Barbieri — USA Today: Bears Wire 9h
The NFL has suspended Mario Edwards Jr. for two games after he violated the league’s violated the policy on performance-enhancing substance.
by: Luis Medina — Bleacher Nation 9h
The pending free agent's suspension will allow him to participate in training camp, the …
by: Nathan Cunningham — Fansided: Bear Goggles On 10h
The calendar has turned to 2021 and we've compiled a list of some Chicago Bears fan essentials for the new year. 2020 is officially in the rearview mirror ...
I like Liam Eichenberg in Round 2, but I think he’ll go late in the first. I like his frame, his power at the POA, and his football IQ. I think he’s just an average athlete, and his pad level could improve. He should be a solid starter at the NFL level, though.Free Agent
I’m not sure if I’m super high on trading up for Trey Lance. I’d consider it if he fell past the 14th pick, but I’m not sure he does. My guess is the #Bears would consider that if Lance falls out of the top 10, though.Free Agent
It’s incredibly close at this point, but I’d still take Justin Fields over Zach Wilson. Fields has experience against better competition, and I think he can read a full field better. I do think Wilson has a higher ceiling, but there’s a bigger risk with him.@jacobinfante24 Which would you take jacob if both were surprisingly available, fields or wilson?Free Agent
Love everything about this ... including Brown correctly counting his playoff production. 🔥 👑This past season I agreed on donating a thousand dollars for every TD to The Organizations of 100 black men of middle Tennessee. I’m glad that I can help in any way possible. 12 td’s ... 12k 🤞🏽Titanup @TitansBeat Writer / Columnist
No one can say whether Sunday’s game was Mitch Trubisky’s last in a Bears uniform. To this point, including one playoff game, he has made 50 career starts. Here are our rankings — 1 to 50 — of every start Trubisky has made for the Bears. https://t.co/qTvLvjue4NNewspaper / Magazine
I can’t promise what Jay Rodgers’ scheme would look like, but given his experience with those coaches, I could see him having influences from Vic Fangio and John Fox in his scheme.@jacobinfante24 What if jay rodgers becomes our d coordinator? Would it be safe assumption he’ll run same D as Brandon Staley? Which means we’d need to draft another free safety? Point aside, Gipson was only 1 yr deal. We need to fill 2 DB spots (cut skrine)Free Agent
I like both Richard LeCounte and Monty Rice, especially as late-round targets. Rice brings starter upside over time at LB, and LeCounte has the range and athleticism I like at the safety position.Free Agent
I think Trask is smarter in his reads and is generally more accurate and polished. However, I think Newman has a much stronger arm and is more mobile. It’s just a matter of preference.@jacobinfante24 How does Trask compare to Newman from Georgia? Any preference between those two?Free Agent
I really like Kyle Pitts, and if he’s available at 20, I’d strongly consider him. He plays a different TE position from Kmet, so that shouldn’t influence the #Bears picking him. I wouldn’t trade up for a tight end in their situation, but if he falls, I’d consider him there.@jacobinfante24 If Kyle Pitts is still available in the teens, what would you think about the Bears trading up for him?Free Agent
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