General manager Ryan Pace’s picks are in.
How many receivers do the Bears keep? Which players have the most value on special teams? Any surprise cuts coming? Listen in.
Be excited about Mitch Trubisky but still have faith in Mike Glennon.
The Chicago Sun-Times’ Adam L. Jahns and WGN Radio’s Adam Hoge interviewed Bears general manager Ryan Pace after the final day of open practices.
The Bears announced that Pernell McPhee will begin training camp on the physically unable-to-perform list.
In the latest Halas Intrigue podcast, Patrick Finley discusses what to expect from the Bears’ outside and inside linebackers:
After making the biggest trade of his life last week, Ryan Pace went about trying to explain it to the public Monday.
The five selections the Bears made are the fewest in Pace’s tenure.
With two days in the books, the Bears have stuck to picking offensive players.
The Bears loved Mitch Trubisky and did what they had to do to get him.
With a chance to get a potential difference-making defender with the No. 3 overall pick in the NFL draft, the Bears instead went for a quarterback.
On the biggest day of the third-year GM’s career, we’ll see just how much his cool demeanor will pay off.
Pace held his own annual pre-draft news conference on Wednesday. Here’s our best attempt to read between the lines.
No matter how unpredictable the Browns and/or 49ers might be with the first two picks, each of those teams can only pick one player.
The NFL draft starts Thursday night. The Bears have the No. 3 pick.