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According to the Chicago Sun-Times, the Chicago Bears worked out Syracuse offensive lineman Justin Pugh. Despite free-agent additions to the offensive line, the Bears continue to take a closer look at top draftable players, putting Justin Pugh through a private workout at Syracuse this weekend, according to a source. Just like every other year, the Bears need to upgrade their offensive line and Pugh could be a nice pick up in the third round. Need NFL Tickets? The post Justin Pugh works out for the Bears appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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If I were Chicago Bears general manager Phil Emery, I know exactly what I would do with my first three picks in the 2013 NFL Draft — assuming the board fell in my favor, of course. What exactly would I do if I were the man in charge? Here is my master plan. The perfect [...]The post My master plan for the 2013 Chicago Bears draft by Jon Vander Woude appeared first on WCSN - The...
The Chicago Bears are making it clear that their objective in 2013 is to find offensive linemen to protect quarterback Jay Cutler.
Cutler who has been one of the most hit QB’s in the NFL, and won’t last much longer if he is subject to the punishment he’s been taking while in the Lovie Smith era.
New coach Marc Trestman has been doing his due diligence on the college prospects...
With limited picks (five total) in this week’s NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears will try to add a potential contributor and some depth at positions such as linebacker, cornerback, and offensive line. Barring a trade, a premium will be placed on General Manager Phil Emery’s scouting staff to target the right mix of players to fit new coach Marc Trestman’s [...]
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, both the Bears and Vikings want Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o and Minnesota plans on trading up to grab him. The #Vikings and #Bears love Manti Te’o. If Minnesota wants to grab him, they’ll need to jump up over Chicago. That’s what they plan to do — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 25, 2013 Both teams need the help at linebacker...
Did you ever have that situation where you tried something the first time and you thought it was great, but the next time you tried it just wasn't that good?
For instance, you go to get some pizza from around the corner and afterwards you swear to your friends that you never had better pizza, but when you all go back there the pepperoni pizza actually tastes like...
Chicago Bears players Charles Tillman, Julius Peppers and Shea McClellin were honored today with team's Brian Piccolo Award.
In the eighth installment of our Chicago Bears voluntary minicamp video series, we focus on second-year safety Brandon Hardin.
Chicago Bears GM Phil Emery has a plan heading into this year’s draft. Bear Report reveals the method to his madness by dissecting his recent comments about strategy, trading and the evaluation process.
In our fifth Bear Report mock draft, the Chicago Bears find a trading partner on the first day, then chose to trade up on the third day of the draft, giving up a mid-round selection in 2014.
In our fourth Bear Report mock draft, the Bears address the secondary early with a defender that could potentially replace Charles Tillman, and stack offensive linemen late rounds.