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Bears fifth-round offensive lineman Jordan Mills isn’t phased by this next step in his career. Yet whether or not he can turn that confidence into production on the field remains to be seen?
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According to Brad Briggs of the Chicago Tribune, due to NFL rules that prohibit Chicago Bears’ 1st round draft pick Kyle Long from organized team activities that start Monday and the mandatory veteran minicamp in June.
Long’s class schedule at Oregon, where he played in the fall, and NFL rules indicate that draft picks cannot participate only in the rookie minicamp until his...
First-round draft choice Kyle Long demonstrated the athletic skills that prompted the Chicago Bears to spend the 20th pick on him during his first official Bears practice. Long and 59 other players, a collection of Bears rookies, first-year players, undrafted college free agents, and approximately 33 “tryout” players went through the paces under the watchful eye of first-year Bears coach [...]
The Chicago Bears and new head coach Marc Trestman get their first “live” look at the team’s 2013 rookie class this weekend at mini-camp. As the draft choices and invited first-year players convene at Halas Hall, here are five questions that will start to be addressed: 1. Is top pick Kyle Long ready to challenge for a starting job? Long [...]
According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, the Chicago Bears have signed second round pick, linebacker Jon Bostic. Bostic recorded 68 total tackles, 3 sacks, and 2 interceptions in his final season at the University of Florida. Need NFL Tickets?
Chicago Bears second-year cornerback Isaiah Frey is building on his time spent on the practice squad last season and has shown well so for in rookie minicamp.
Bears second-round linebacker Khaseem Greene got his first taste of NFL action today at rookie minicamp, working alongside fellow draft pick Jon Bostic with the first-team linebackers.
I graded the new and improved coaching staff for the Chicago Bears pretty highly in part one of my off-season recap. Do the additions the team made in free agency match up?
Part 1: Coaching Staff
While free agency technically isn’t over, the Bears have already made all of their major moves. Those moves were nearly perfect in my book.
Bears rookie wide receiver Marquess Wilson had a well-documented break up with his college team last season. Yet he says he’s put the past behind him and will soon show he belongs on the roster.
First Round: Kyle Long, OT/G, Oregon
Another pick I'm shocked at. I think Long is better than Pugh, but still don't think he should be a first round selection. I'm shocked the Bears passed on Eiffert and Ogletree, who are much better players and better values. Long will most likely be put at guard for Chicago, with Bushrod and Webb on the ends. However, he will...
The Chicago Bears finished up the second practice of rookie minicamp today. Bear Report was front and center. We break down all the on-field action during this afternoon’s session.
The Chicago Bears have agreed to a four-year contract with second-round draft pick Jon Bostic.
A linebacker at Florida, Bostic started every game his final two years in the middle for the Gators and figures to compete with veteran free agent acquisition D.J. Williams for Brian Urlacher's old job.
Bostic made eight sacks, 19 1/2 tackles for loss and five interceptions in his...
The Chicago Bears have agreed to terms on a four-year contract with second-round linebacker Jon Bostic. The team has now signed five of its six 2013 draft picks.
Staying ahead of the curve in football is directly related to a team's ability to innovate. The Colts and the Patriots brought a full-blown "air it out" mindset to football throughout the last decade, and now more and more teams are adopting an offensive strategy that leaves running backs wondering when it's their turn to carry the ball.
The problem with such...
When a new head coach takes over a tradition-rich program with a tradition-rich rival, things can get interesting. For example, former Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith. In Smith’s first press conference, he told the media his number one goal was to beat the Green Bay Packers. It was the first shot fired in the next chapter of the NFL’s longest-running rivalry.