The Chicago Bears have two vacant starting spots in the defensive backfield, making safety and cornerback important offseason needs. Ahead of the 2020 NFL Draft, the Bears are doing their due diligence on defensive backs following the departures of safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and cornerback Prince Amukamara.
Cordarrelle Patterson continues to recruit players to join the Chicago Bears, and his latest target is former All-Pro guard Kelechi Osemele. From the look of his response to Patterson, Osemele might be interested in signing with the Bears, where he would have a good chance to win the starting right guard job.
nb游戏平台 Following a disappointing season for Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, the former No. 2 overall pick has been put on notice this offseason. The Bears traded for former Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles, and suddenly Trubisky’s future as Chicago’s starting signal caller is in jeopardy.
Chicago Bears fans know the pain and agony of not having a true franchise quarterback all too well. In the team’s 100 year history, not a single player has thrown for 4,000 yards or scored 30 touchdowns, milestones that become more pedestrian by the year.
nb游戏平台 The Chicago Bears have made moves this offseason, but there’s an argument to be made that those changes haven’t made the team better. Unlike last offseason, the Bears glaring needs are much more than just kicker.
nb游戏平台 The Chicago Bears still have several issues to fix on offense if they’re going to compete for the NFC North next season. The offensive line and tight end remain priorities, but the most important is the quarterback position.
The Chicago Bears are once again without a first-round pick in the upcoming NFL Draft. But they do have two second-round selections, and general manager Ryan Pace needs to make them count, considering Chicago won’t pick again until the fifth round.
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At a time when plenty of NFL teams have delayed payment for 2020 season tickets, the Chicago Bears have decided not to. According to Steve Greenberg of the Chicago Sun-Times, the March 20 deadline did not change.
nb游戏平台 Following the Bears’ disappointing 2019 season, there are no shortage of players looking to rebound in 2020. Given the struggles of the offense, one player that will be looking to build off the previous year is receiver Anthony Miller.
Veteran tight end Jimmy Grahamnb游戏平台 insists he can still perform at an elite level after agreeing to a deal with the Bears -- a two-year contract that included $9 million guaranteed and a no-trade clause, a move by Chicago that was universally panned.
The Chicago Bears are coming off an unimpressive 2019 season where they finished at .500 just one season after they made the playoffs at 12-4. To say that last season was disappointing would be an understatement.
Heading into the offseason, the Bears knew that offensive line was a major concern that needed to be addressed. Which is why it was a surprise that Chicago didn’t make any moves during the early wave of free agency.
While the Bears’ quarterback room is going to look different this season, it appears there will be at least two familiar faces. Third-string quarterback Tyler Braynb游戏平台 has re-signed with the Bears, according to Field Yates, where he’ll sit behind Mitchell Trubisky and newcomer Nick Foles, who will both be vying for the starting job in 2020.
The Bears appear to have their quarterback room just about set. Chicago has re-signed backup quarterback Tyler Bray, according to Field Yates of ESPN.
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Heading into the offseason, Bears fans didn’t know if they’d be stuck with Mitchell Trubisky as the starting quarterback for the 2020 season or if general manager Ryan Pace would bring in some sort of competition for Trubisky.