James Daniels, who started 10 games at left guard last year as a rookie, is getting snaps at center, coach Matt Nagy confirmed.
As one of only two new defensive starters — nickel cornerback Buster Skrine is the other — Ha Ha Clinton-Dix is working on fitting into the Bears’ brotherhood.
Rather than blame the people who rated Cutler so low or call out Cutler for his erratic career, let’s lay the condemnation at the wingtips of the people who couldn’t draft or acquire more than the handful of quarterbacks good enough to end up on a top-100 list: Bears ownership and management.
Remember, fellas — it’s not a race to get to 100 pitches first. Also: Bears OTAs, White Sox-Twins, Sky opener.
Finding an answer is complicated, even for economists who study sports.
The Packers and Vikings aren’t far behind, however.
The Bears signed three of their five draft picks Monday: wide receiver Riley Ridley, running back Kerrith Whyte and cornerback Stephen Denmark.
Before becoming an undrafted free agent, Horsted set Princeton records with 196 career catches and 28 touchdowns.
Davis said when he was drafted in 2015 that he would take care of his mother. On Sunday, he surprised her with a new house.
Montgomery has a lot to learn, but he can see how coach Matt Nagy’s playbook can take advantage of his versatility.
At this point, it remains to be seen if the Bears’ kicker against the Packers in Week 1 is even on the roster.
"The more that I’m reflecting back on this draft, there’s a ton of satisfaction with it," Bears general manager Ryan Pace said.