It is officially draft week and NFL fans are getting excited for the hope that the 2019 NFL Draft could bring, as are the hundreds of prospects hoping to have […]
Any corner the Bears bring in will be for depth purposes, but that depth projects to be important since both Amukamara and Fuller have dealt with multiple injury issues.
Edge rusher isn’t an area the Bears must target with the 87th pick but it would be smart to acquire a player from that position before the draft ends.
The Bears could elect to select a receiver late in the draft, if they do select a receiver expect that player to be a factor on offense and special teams
Kaden Smith has the potential to become a complete tight end that can be both an inline blocker as well as a formidable receiving option when released on routes.
Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix is likely a short term answer at safety. Drafting a safety would make a lot of sense for the Bears and this class has some depth to it.
Our Chicago Bears reporter breaks down the team’s prospective prospects for the NFL draft, which takes place from April 25-27. Keep coming back each week until then for more scouting reports.
Competition is heavy throughout the roster. These battles are a critical first step, not only does it benefit for depth reasons but also for setting the tone to what is an important season.
Establishing himself more as a leader both in and out of the Bears’ locker room, Mitch Trubisky shows more of his personality at a recent youth football camp.
Seriously, the Bears came from a 2018 season without many holes and still managed in the past several months to solve most of the lingering questions marks from a division-winning roster.