Category: Bears

Stressing!

Stressing!

Bears first selection and seventh overall pick in this years draft Kevin White will undergo surgery on his left shin to try and fix a stress fracture that could cause him to miss his rookie season. The Bears placed White on the physically unable to perform list meaning he’ll certainly miss the first six games of the season. The fracture […]

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Preseason Opener 2015

Preseason Opener 2015

The Bears have their Preseason opener on Thursday Night at home verse the Miami Dolphins at 7PM. The Bears have gone through nearly two weeks of practices before Thursday’s game and while no one expects any of the starters to play meaningful minutes, it’ll be of the utmost importance for those battling for a roster spot to “flash” in the time […]

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May 27, 2015; Lake Forest, IL, USA; Chicago Bears head coach John Fox during organized team activities at the Halas Hall. Mandatory Credit: Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports

Brace Yourselves

The last week of July routinely marks the opening of training camps around the NFL and the Bears are no different as they open camp a week from yesterday in Bourbonnais. The Bears finished last year at 5-11 losing five straight games to close out the season, and as a result saw the coaching staff and front office changed. This […]

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Good Riddance

Good Riddance

were the words tweeted by Bears OL Kyle Long upon Ray McDonald’s release after domestic abuse on a woman holding a child in California. McDonald is now a repeat offender of domestic violence and could be kicked out of the league entirely after the NFL changed its stance on how it disciplines players who batter woman or children while playing in […]

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Bears Draft

Bears Draft

If you’re a Patriots fan you hate the Jets at birth, if you’re a Bears fan you hate the Jets because they took the guy that could’ve immediately helped the worst overall defense in the league. The New York Jets were sitting at six and as the Redskins took a surprise pick in Brandon Scherff there was a buzz in […]

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Bears Building Depth

Bears Building Depth

To be to fair to all the high priced free agents that go early in process, what’s happening right now with the Bears and the rest of the league is almost as important if not more so than those splashy signings. The acquisitions at the beginning of Free Agency is almost as important for the owners to get a buzz […]

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Safety Net

Safety Net

Ryan Pace has been on the job for only a couple of months and I’m already in love with the job he’s done thus far. Yesterday the young GM signed 32-year old Safety Antrel Rolle formerly of the NY Giants to a 3-year deal worth $11.25 million, with five-million of it guaranteed. The Bears safety position has been terrible for […]

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Spring Cleaning

Spring Cleaning

It appears the Bears are going to be looking a lot different when they take the field next year and for most Bears fans it should come with a huge sigh of relief. Chicago finished last season 5-11 losing their final five games amidst some of the worst turmoil in the league. Phil Emery and Marc Trestman were replaced and […]

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Decision Time

Decision Time

A big moment is upcoming for the Chicago Bears in terms of the Jay Cutler saga because his roster bonus is due next week which will essentially guarantee him a roster spot in 2016 unless he can be traded. Cutler’s $15.5 Million is already on the books and that number will balloon to $26 Million if Chicago decides to keep […]

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Combine Concludes

Combine Concludes

The annual scouting combine in Indianapolis has come to a conclusion after today’s CB evaluations. Yesterday the defensive lineman and linebackers took the field and for the Bears purposes here’s to hoping new coach and GM John Fox and Ryan Pace were paying particular attention. The evaluation process truly concludes when all the private workouts for NFL hopefuls have happened at […]

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