The NFL will not allow in-person workouts for the scouting combine because of health and safety precautions due to COVID-19. Any workouts will take place on pro days on college campuses, while interviews and psychological testing and assessments...
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Who will be the next Chicago Bears defensive coordinator? Matt Nagy has several moving parts to consider as he work to replace Chuck Pagano.
by: Brad Biggs — Chicago Tribune 8h
Staff movement is of importance to Matt Nagy and the Chicago Bears as they work to fill an undetermined number of positions.
... odgers could leave for Los Angeles whether he’s offered a promotion with the Bears or not. Rodgers was named the league’s defensive line coach of the year foll ...
Column: The Chicago Bears have been living with the consequences of passing on Deshaun Watson. That’s one reason they might trade for the Houston Texans quarterback.
by: Brad Biggs — Chicago Tribune 15h
It's within the realm of possibility that Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Pace will trade for quarterback Deshaun Watson. But he will have to get creative — and a number of things will have to fall into place.
... uarterback and the number of wins the team desires. Or maybe he looks at the Bears, coming off an 8-8 season and a wild-card playoff loss in New Orleans, and f ...
A 101-yard interception return helps the Buffalo Bills earn a spot in the AFC championship game with a 17-3 win over the Baltimore Ravens
by: John Wawrow — Chicago Tribune 17 Jan
Taron Johnson's 101-yard interception return carried the Buffalo Bills to their first AFC championship game appearance in 26 years. Johnson’s pick-6 of a Lamar Jackson pass secured a 17-3 win over the Baltimore Ravens in a divisional-round playoff...
by: Steve Megargee — Chicago Tribune 17 Jan
Aaron Rodgers threw two touchdown passes and ran for another as the top-seeded Green Bay Packers defeated the Los Angeles Rams 32-18 in an NFC divisional playoff game Saturday. The Packers advanced to the NFC championship game for the fourth time in...
NFL suspends Chicago Bears defensive lineman Mario Edwards Jr. 2 games for violating its policy on performance-enhancing substances
by: Colleen Kane — Chicago Tribune 15 Jan
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...
... ed. This is not the first trouble involving Edwards since he signed with the Bears in September. A in North Carolina on a charge of misdemeanor assault on a fe ...
Did the COVID-19 pandemic affect George McCaskey’s decision to keep Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy? Yes and no, the Chicago Bears chairman says.
by: Colleen Kane — Chicago Tribune 15 Jan
It was no surprise when Bears Chairman George McCaskey said the team's handling of COVID-19 precautions over the last 10 months was a notable factor in deciding to bring back Pace and coach Matt Nagy for another season in 2021.
... with some other COVID-19-related issues on teams throughout the league, the Bears considered their results a success. Chicago Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky ...
Chicago Bears chairman hits radio in 2nd effort to explain keeping Matt Nagy and Ryan Pace: ‘We haven’t won enough under the leadership of George McCaskey’
by: Phil Rosenthal — Chicago Tribune 15 Jan
If he’s trying to win over fans, Chicago Bears Chairman George McCaskey’s game plan may be no more effective than his team’s was in its playoff loss.
... ns and Bears sideline reporter Mark Grote on WSCR-AM 670, sister station to the team’s ra ...
The Chicago Bears lost the news conference — and it was a blowout. Brad Biggs’ 10 thoughts after the team’s brass addressed the franchise’s future.
by: Brad Biggs — Chicago Tribune 14 Jan
10 thoughts after the Chicago Bears launched into the offseason with a virtual news conference featuring Chairman George McCaskey, President and CEO Ted Phillips, general manager Ryan Pace and coach Matt Nagy.
... that time is required to see the development of the said quarterback. 4. The Bears are going to be aggressive in efforts to get back to winning in 2021. That i ...
Column: ‘Have we gotten the quarterback situation completely right? No. Have we won enough games? No. Everything else is there.’ The Chicago Bears self-evaluation raises new questions.
by: Dan Wiederer — Chicago Tribune 14 Jan
Chicago Bears president Ted Phillips had a stunning big-picture assessment of his team Wednesday. “Have we gotten the quarterback situation completely right? No. Have we won enough games? No. Everything else is there.” On the Bears march into 2021,...
... aining the continuity and sticking with these guys is the best route for the Bears,” he said. Perhaps, though, McCaskey should have invited some of those exasp ...
Ryan Pace is on the hunt for his 4th starting quarterback as Chicago Bears GM — but the team believes his ‘collaboration’ with Matt Nagy will result in the right player this time
by: Colleen Kane — Chicago Tribune 13 Jan
Questions about the Chicago Bears quarterback situation — and why there’s belief GM Ryan Pace can find the right player this time — dominated the team's end-of-season availability.
... n it comes to choosing one. He used those same words again when asked if the Bears will explore re-signing Trubisky. The four-year starter played a handful of ...
‘We’re sitting here now saying we do trust Ryan and Matt’: What we heard from the Chicago Bears after retaining GM Ryan Pace and coach Matt Nagy
by: Colleen Kane, Dan Wiederer — Chicago Tribune 13 Jan
Chicago Bears Chairman George McCaskey and President and CEO Ted Phillips met with the media to discuss why they decided to keep general manager Ryan Pace and coach Matt Nagy in their roles for the 2021 season.
... il that read: ‘Fire somebody. We deserve better.’ I get it. You deserve your Bears being winners. The decisions we’re announcing today might not be the easiest ...
by: Chicago Tribune staff — Chicago Tribune 13 Jan
Chicago Bears leaders — Chairman George McCaskey, President Ted Phillips, general manager Ryan Pace and coach Matt Nagy — met with reporters for end-of-season availability. Here are readers’ best three-word reviews from Wednesday’s news conferences.
... Well, that happened. Chicago Bears leaders — Chairman George McCaskey, President Ted Phillips, general manager ...
Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy are staying with the Chicago Bears. Now what? 9 questions the team must answer about its future.
by: Dan Wiederer, Colleen Kane — Chicago Tribune 13 Jan
Before the Chicago Bears lay out their vision for the future, here are nine areas that need to be addressed by Chairman George McCaskey, general manager Ryan Pace and coach Matt Nagy.
... xans on Dec. 13, 2020, at Soldier Field. (Erin Hooley / Chicago Tribune) The Bears’ plan to have Mitch Trubisky and Nick Foles compete to be the starting quart ...
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