Who knows where the Bears are headed, but there is no doubt that Trubisky will lead them there.
It seems like the longest of long shots, but Franklin’s speed and athleticism at least add some plausible intrigue to this scenario.
Nagy acknowledged to reporters that guard Kyle Long is making progress in his rehab from offseason surgeries on his neck and shoulder.
Coach Matt Nagy’s unabashed enthusiasm continues to drive an offseason of hope at Halas Hall.
Even tryout players who come in with unheralded resumes and lotto odds will get a good look from a head coach who went to Division I-AA Delaware.
Bears general manager Ryan Pace said he “couldn’t be happier with the way the draft unfolded,” and critics seem to agree.
The almost-universal day-after acclaim for Pace’s 2018 draft is in itself a step forward for a team that has been so easy to bash.
A capsule look at each of the seven players the Bears drafted this week:
The Bears’ second-round pick expects to make a big impact in the NFL.
The Bears’ first-round pick expressed confidence in himself in his first public appearance as a member of the franchise.
The Bears’ second-round pick Friday will be especially critical because they don’t have a third-round pick this year.
Ryan Pace pretty clearly indicated that Cam Meredith’s injury was the biggest factor in the decision to let him leave for the Saints.
Virginia Tech linebacker Tremaine Edmunds and Georgia linebacker Roquan Smith in particular seem like the best candidates.
Sun-Times expert Mark Potash breaks down whom the Bears should take in the first round of Thursday’s NFL Draft.
The way I see it in April, the Bears will finish 7-8-1 in 2018.