The Bears will have plenty of tough moves to make this offseason, so let’s see which positions will likely be prioritized this year.
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.
We continue our latest offseason WCG round table by asking our team who the Bears should release next.
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Where do the Bears stand after their additions in the 2020 NFL draft? We take a look at their current depth chart.
The 2020 NFL draft is behind us. Now, teams will look to finalize their 90-man rosters before (hopefully) heading into Training Camp in 2020. Your questions answered here!
With free agency settling down, let’s take a 7-round look at what the Bears might do in the draft (featuring two trades!).