With the Bears’ season in the books, we head to the future and focus on the 2021 NFL Draft with a 7-round mock draft.
In our first seven-round mock draft of the new year, Lead Draft Analyst Jacob Infante makes an early forecast what the Bears might do in the 2021 draft.
After reading what many have said these last few months, I think I have finally deciphered the perfect recipe for the 2020 Chicago Bears.
How will the Bears’ roster look in 2020? Even though rosters still start the year at 53, they can increase to 55, so let’s predict their 55-man group, as well as their 12-man practice squad.
With the schedule officially released, let’s take a look at the best-case and worst-case scenarios for the Bears in 2020.
Where do the Bears stand after their additions in the 2020 NFL draft? We take a look at their current depth chart.
Ryan Pace made the most of his picks as needs were addressed with value dictated by his personal boards.
Our Senior Draft Analyst EJ Snyder is giving us his grades for the Bears selection of Tulas EDGE defender Trevis Gipson, but we want your grade for the pick too.
Retired defensive end Stephen White thinks Javon Kinlaw can be near unblockable as a pro, if the defensive tackle gets his motor going a little more.
The Bears are heading into the meat and potatoes of their offseason program. Who wins the kicking competition? Who impressed at rookie mini-camp? Could Pace make a surprise free agent move? All of...