While some have the Bears pegged as one of the worst teams in 2020, Peter King thinks they can make the playoffs – if things go right.
by: Erik Lambert — Sports Mockery 6h
The Chicago Bears might fear 2020 is their last chance to truly compete before having to gut the roster in 2021 due to looming salary cap woes.
Chicago Bears Q&A: Is there a delay in signing draft picks this year? What happens if Nick Foles opts out of his contract for 2021? How many tight ends will make the team?
by: Brad Biggs — Chicago Tribune 6h
With the Bears starting (virtual) OTAs this week, Brad Biggs opens the mailbag for questions about Tarik Cohen, under-the-radar position groups and, of course, the quarterback competition.
by: Cam Ellis — NBC Sports Chicago 2 Jun
The team released a short statement on Monday evening.
Matt Nagy uses Day 1 of Chicago Bears OTAs for discussions about George Floyd fallout, while Chairman George McCaskey pledges team will ‘be an active participant in change’
by: Dan Wiederer — Chicago Tribune 2 Jun
As the nation deals with the fallout from George Floyd's death, Bears players and coaches are having open conversations to work through it. "I’ve got their back," coach Matt Nagy said. "One hundred percent. They needed to know that.&quo
by: Hub Arkush — Daily Herald 2 Jun
OTAs will begin this week cross the NFL virtually via Zoom conferences. With the current turmoil across the nation, maybe they will help provide a welcomed distraction.
by: David Sivia — The Chicago Audible 1 Jun
As long as the Bears' defense remains healthy, causes pressure and creates takeaways, the unit will take a step forward and have success this season.
by: Alyssa Barbieri — USA Today: Bears Wire 1 Jun
Following a disappointing 2019 season, the Chicago Bears will be looking to rebound heading into the 2020 season. But they’ll be doing it without some familiar faces on their roster. The Bear…
by: Peter King — NBC Sports 1 Jun
Peter King's Football Morning In America begins with our country at a crossroads. Plus a 1-32 power ranking of every NFL team and more.
by: Erik Lambert — Sports Mockery 1 Jun
The Chicago Bears stat projections on offense showed some improvement from 2019. So what about the defense? Can they deliver on their usual expectations?
by: Marty Fenn — Clutchpoints 31 May
The Chicago Bears looked like the up-and-comers in the NFC North after winning the division in 2018. Armed with one of the best defenses in football and a creative offensive play-caller in head coach Matt Nagy, the Bears seemed primed to challenge...
by: Ben Righetti — Last Word On Sports: Last Word On Pro Football 31 May
The Minnesota Vikings schedule gets easier down the stretch as they only have one matchup against a team that had a winning record in 2019.
by: Mark Potash — Chicago Sun-Times 31 May
"I think our team’s in a good state of mind," Pace said in an interview with Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio. "Everybody’s a little pissed off. Everybody has a chip on their shoulder. And I would love to be carrying that momentum through the OTAs...