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
Recently eague owners and personnel from across the NFL met to discuss a litany of items with perhaps the most notable being rule changes for the upcoming season.
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.
A few big names remain on the open market but by and large the meat has been picked off the bone of NFL free agency.
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.
Suddenly, the NFL has become the hot topic in sports talk media again and there are still a lot of big names that have yet to be signed.
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.
The NFL’s biggest pre-draft event has passed and as it typically does the NFL Combine came through to provide a weekend plus filled with news, starting with the continued ruminations […]
The combine is equivalent to the winter meetings in baseball. A lot of potential deals could be sparked in the coming week and fans get constant updates from the people running their franchises.
The NFL was a dream well lived for Wootton, and it set him up for a second act where he’s making another, longer highlight reel as an emerging analyst.