Five Breakout Candidates for the Bears

It seems that with every season, without fail, unknown scrubs that barely cracked the roster in the first place transform into a premier contributor or a former early-round pick finally adjust to the professional game and prove themselves worthy of that high pick.. Naturally,...

Time for a Chicago Bears Reality Check

Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Pace began 2018 with style. On the first day of the new year, Pace fired former head coach John Fox, then proceeded to watch team CEO Ted Phillips announce that Pace was receiving a contract extension through 2021. During...

The Most Important Bears On Contract Years

Contract years always carry a much heavier weight than your average season. The prospect of hitting the open market for players always leads to fighting for that 20 million contract, proving yourself to stay on that team or even struggling to stay in the...

The Big, The Bad, The NFC North

Looking ahead to the start of the 2018 NFL season the NFC North has reestablished itself as the NFL's premier division. Every team takes the offseason to improve their roster through the draft and free agency, but simply the NFC North did it best.

Way Too Early Bears Predictions

Weathering the annual draft hangover and entering the dog days of the NFL offseason, fans and journalists alike have hit the highest degree of boredom and with it, the highest degree of optimism. At this point, every fanbase glamorizes their offseason and has otherworldly...

Exclusive Interview with Bears’ Cavon Walker

A part of the newly signed undrafted free agents for the Chicago Bears, Cavon Walker (pronounced say-von) is the versatile defensive lineman from Maryland. Starting his career as a linebacker, he transferred to the defensive line (and put on about 60 pounds in preparation)...

Grading the Bears Draft

Another year, another Bears’ draft in the books. With brighter horizons ahead after another stellar draft for Ryan Pace and company, let’s run down and assign some grades to the picks. For this, we will assign a traditional school grade to both the player,...

2018 NFL Draft: Top 10 Offensive Rookie of the Year Rankings

2018 NFL draft ARLINGTON, TX - APRIL 26: Josh Rosen of UCLA poses with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell after being picked #10 overall by the Arizona Cardinals during the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft at AT&T Stadium on April 26, 2018 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
Now that the 2018 NFL Draft has been completed it is time to put each and every pick under the microscope and dissect what each player could give to their team. Of course, mini-camps, the slow summer and training camp are going to change...

Winners/Losers of the 2018 NFL Draft

Josh Rosen was officially introduced by the Cardinals on Friday. Ross D. Franklin/AP Photo
The last card of the 2018 NFL Draft has been turned in. Some picks were good; others, not so much. Is anyone capable of determining which picks are which at this point, before any rookies have hit a practice field? Of course not, but...

Bears Select Javon Wims

To round out the 2018 draft class, the Chicago Bears select wide receiver Javon Wims out of Georgia with the 224th pick in the 2018 NFL draft. The second wide receiver to find a Bears jersey in this draft, Wims has great size, standing...

Bears Select Kylie Fitts

With the 181st pick in the 2018 NFL draft, the Chicago Bears select defensive end Kylie Fitts out of Utah. Finally addressing the pass rush deficiency, Fitts brings good explosion and length to the defense. He has a solid arsenal of pass rush moves,...

Bears Select Bilal Nichols

With the 145th pick in the 2018 NFL draft, the Chicago Bears select defensive tackle Bilal Nichols out of Delaware. A run-stopping defensive tackle, he has solid athletic ability and flashed pass rushing ability in college. There isn’t much to prove he can be...

Bears Select Joel Iyiegbuniwe

With the 115th pick in the 2018 NFL draft, the Chicago Bears select inside linebacker Joel Iyiegbuniwe out of Western Kentucky. Mel Kiper Jr. called this kid a “warrior” and his rangy athleticism and productivity backs that up. The compactly built Iyiegbuniwe was the...

Bears Select Anthony Miller

Following a trade with the New England Patriots, the Chicago Bears have made their second selection in the second round of the 2018 NFL Draft. With that pick, the Bears selected wide receiver Anthony Miller out of Memphis. The Bears traded away their 2019 second...

Bears Select James Daniels

With the 39th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears have selected James Daniels from the University of Iowa. Daniels is listed as a center and was announced as such by Mike Singletary at the draft, but it is unclear at this point...

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