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Former South Carolina wide receiver Alshon Jeffery will visit the Chicago Bears at Halas Hall this week. He’s a potential first-round pick in the upcoming NFL Draft.
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According to Tony Pauline of DraftInsider.net, the Chicago Bears will draft LSU defensive lineman Michael Brockers is available is when they’re picking at 19, they’ll take him. If he’s not available they’ll likely go with Whitney Mercilus of Illinois.
There’s a good chance that Brockers could end up falling to the Bears at 19 and if that’s the case they’d clearly...
According to Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports, Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte is looking for a contract that will be very similar to what Chris Johnson and Adrian Peterson received from their respective teams.
The Bears on the other hand only want to pay Forte as if he’s just an average running back.
I really don’t see how Forte sticks around in Chicago–it’s been obvious...
According to Jeff Dickerson of ESPNChicago.com, South Carolina wide receiver Alshon Jeffery will visit the Chicago Bears.
The Bears have been looking for a number one target for quarterback Jay Cutler for a few years now and Jeffery might be the guy they’re looking for. He certainly has the size to get the job done, but in the NFL it all comes down to getting separation from...
Matt Peterson tracks the offseason needs of every team in the league. Today’s franchise, the Chicago Bears [full archive here].
Season Recap: The Bears started the season 7-3, but injuries to Jay Cutler and Matt Forte lead to an 8-8 finish. Chicago addressed their depth problems by signing Jason Campbell and Michael Bush, and traded for Pro Bowl receiver Brandon Marshall; reuniting...
Continuing to shore up a problem area, the Chicago Bears signed former San Francisco guard Chilo Rachal to a one year deal on Wednesday. Rachal, a second round pick of the 49′ers in the 2008 draft from USC, will battle a host of Bears holdovers for playing time. General Manager Phil Emery continues to show an aggressive approach in creating [...]
The Chicago Bears have signed free agent guard Chilo Rachal, according to a tweet by Ian Rapoport earlier today.
Drafted in the 2nd round of the 2008 NFL draft by San Francisco, Rachal has spent his entire career with the 49ers until now. He participated in 55 out of a possible 64 games, starting in 38 of them.
The Bears are actively trying to shore up an offensive life that gave...
The Chicago Bears began their offseason workout program Monday at Halas Hall in preparation for the upcoming 2012 season, minus a very important player. Matt Forte, who has been franchised tagged by the club but is not under contract nor obligated to attend, was noticeably absent. The first weeks of the offseason program normally consist of heavy weight-room and conditioning work [...]
This man doesn’t need much of an introduction, but we’ll give him one anyway.
Gale Sayers came into the National Football League in 1965 as the fourth overall pick out of the University of Kansas. He brought the nickname, “The Kansas Comet” with him to the NFL.
He was recognized as an All-American twice at Kansas.
In 68 games with the Bears from 1965-1971, he ran for 4,956...
Here’s your 2012-2013 Chicago Bears schedule:
Week 1: Sept. 9, Indianapolis, 1 p.m. ET, CBS
Week 2: Sept. 13, at Green Bay, 8:20 p.m. ET, NFL Network
Week 3: Sept. 23, St. Louis, 1:00 p.m. ET, FOX
Week 4: Oct. 1, at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
Week 5: Oct. 7, at Jacksonville, 4:05 p.m. ET, FOX
Week 6: BYE
Week 7: Oct. 22, at Detroit, 8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
Week 8: Oct. 28, at Carolina...
The NFL today released the official 2012 schedule for all 32 teams. The Chicago Bears will begin the season against the Indianapolis Colts, and will play five prime time games.
If you want to pick the Chicago Bears to lose a game, take a Monday Night Football road game in December. Forget the myth about “Bear Weather,” Chicago is just not very good in the late season when it’s cold, and pretty awful on Monday night- usually. Only one of their three MNFers is late in the year however, Nov. 19th at San Francisco. (Cue the memories of the 1984 and 1988...