Jay-Z infamously said at the announcement of his upcoming work with the NFL that the league is past the kneeling stage, stating that it is time for action. It would be hard to imagine that the celebrated entertainer and business man picturing the actions becoming so drastic within a year’s time.
The Bears conclude their 2020 off-season with an intriguing draft class featuring a few names that should make an impact starting Week 1.
WARR’s Bears writer Ryan Bukowiecki gives his final prediction of who the team will select with its seven spots in this weekend’s NFL Draft
Bears general manager Ryan Pace and head coach Matt Nagy are scheduled to make seven selections in this draft. Many possibilities are in play for Chicago, whether the club stays at its current selections or not.
The NFL’s ability to engage in legal tampering and official wheeling and dealing with free agents has been the only thing approaching normalcy for sports fans since the NBA announced the suspension of its season on March 11th.
While the Bears brass voice that they are in Mitch Trubisky’s corner, there is an desire to give the shaky signal-caller serious competition entering the 2020 season, something he hasn’t dealt with in his three years in Chicago.
The former 49er star came to Chicago to help announce the PlayersTV platform over the NBA all-star weekend.
Talk before this off-season was to expect a potential lockout seeing as the players lost big time in the last negotiations back in 2011. Surprisingly, a new CBA seems likely to be put into place starting this year.
Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, CJ McCollum and Vernon Davis are a few of the big-name investors supporting this new “Athletes in Demand” brand, which launches in March 2020 via Samsung TV Plus.
Matthew A. Cherry spoke Kobe’s name in accepting this year’s Best Animated short film Oscar for his beautifully rendered piece “Hair Love.”