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In the sixth of our 10-part series looking back at the 2012 Chicago Bears, we break down the play of the team’s tight ends, a position that must be addressed this offseason.
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For the third straight offseason the Chicago Bears are making a flurry of offseason moves. Unfortunately they seem to be making them in waves, with this one being another down year. As Bears fans know, Chicago fired long-time head coach Lovie Smith after the team finished 10-6 and missed the playoffs for the second consecutive year. That in itself wasn’t a bad move as truth be...
Chicago Bears general manager Phil Emery is a man with a plan, and has a way of communicating that plan to the media and fans that Jerry Angelo never had.
Emery knows what the teams weaknesses are and is going to do his best to fix those weaknesses. The question remains does he have the eye and the philosophy to go out and find the players that in fact fix those weaknesses...
Chicago Bears tackle Henry Melton told The Waddle and Silvy Show on ESPN Chicago 1000 that he would love to re-sign with the Bears. Contract talks have stalled, but he’s hoping to get back on track soon.
“We were talking during the season,” Melton told . “I expressed my interest in coming back and staying here. We didn’t get anything done. All the coaching changes and...
Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune writes that the Chicago Bears could be looking to extend CB Charles Tillman‘s contract this offseason.
Tillman, 32 next month, will be playing in his second consecutive Pro Bowl this weekend after another productive season with the Bears defense. However, Tillman will be entering the final year of his seven-year deal and will count $8 million...
Chicago Bears DT Henry Melton mentioned that he’s “optimistic” that he and the Bears will be able to reach an agreement on a long-term contract extension before the start of free agency.
“We were talking during the season,” said Melton while appearing on the “The Waddle and Silvy Show,” via ESPN Chicago. “I expressed my interest in coming back and staying here....
In the seventh of our 10-part series looking back at the 2012 Chicago Bears, we break down the play of the team’s wide receivers, a group that regressed despite adding Brandon Marshall.
In the fifth of our 10-part series looking back at the 2012 Chicago Bears, we break down the play of the team’s defensive ends, a position loaded with talent, depth and versatility.
We go to the film room to show why Henry Melton is the future of the Bears’ defense and why he must be re-signed, or tagged, if Chicago’s defense is to avoid a drastic drop off in production.