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Halas Intrigue
They’ll play the entire AFC South before facing an NFC North foe for the first time — in Week 11. They have a stretch of three consecutive home games followed by three consecutive road games. What gives?
Booker is expected to make about $4.2 million over four years.
Bears President Kevin Warren has rejected the 48.6-acre Michael Reese site, saying it’s too narrow and doesn’t work because the stadium would have to be built “over an active train line.”
From the opener at home against a rebuilding Titans team under a rookie head coach, Caleb Williams & Co. will have opportunities for early success. The toughest part of the schedule comes in the last eight games.
The Bears face three teams that had winning records in their first four games and have all their NFC North showdowns between Weeks 11 and 18.
The Bears have known since January that they were set to play a game in London this year. Now, they have a date and an opponent.
The offensive lineman is expected to earn about $5.6 million over four years.
The Bears signed six players who tried out for the team during rookie minicamp over the weekend.
Instead of using it for a new stadium complex, how about we give that lakefront land to citizens to enjoy?
The Sun-Times’ Bears experts — Patrick Finley, Jason Lieser and Mark Potash — break down the team’s dynamic offseason to this point.
How good is he? Good enough that he might be bad coach–proof.
Benedet has a long way to go, but the Bears are optimistic he can climb from undrafted rookie to part of their future.
The biggest responsibility veteran receivers DJ Moore and Keenan Allen might have is to aid the development of first-round pick Odunze.
“It was like watching Tiger Woods when he makes a great shot on the golf course with the fist pump he’s got,” Iowa special-teams coach LeVar Woods said.
One of the three men who helped craft the NFL’s new kickoff-return rule thinks his returner will benefit from it.
In his first year at Halas Hall, it will be Shane Waldron’s job to ensure that Williams has more highlights than grind-it-out moments in his rookie season. Both are starting in a good place.
Odunze will miss Saturday’s practice with hamstring tightness.
Jackson, one of Williams’ good friends, caught 35 passes for 267 yards last season after transferring to Nevada. He is in camp on a tryout basis.
The rookie wide receiver has plenty of confidence but also a healthy appreciation for playing with fellow rookie Caleb Williams, the No. 1 overall pick: “Coming in with a rookie quarterback allows us to grow together and learn this offense together. It’s a blessing.”
On top of everything else that sparks optimism at Halas Hall right now, Williams showed up to rookie minicamp well ahead of where most players in his position would be.