NFL Draft 2019: All of the Sun-Times’ Bears draft preview coverage in one place

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The stage for the 2018 NFL Draft in Arlington, Texas. | AP Photo/David J. Phillip

There’s less anticipation around the Bears entering the 2019 NFL Draft than past years given their lack of first- or second-round picks, but with five selections between Rounds 3-7, there’s still a lot of important work to be done by GM Ryan Pace and his staff. There’s always a chance the team could hit on another Eddie Jackson or Tarik Cohen.

The Sun-Times hasn’t taken it easy on our draft coverage as a result, so here’s a complete tab of all our articles previewing the Bears and what they might do later this week.

Position by position previews

KICKERS: Will Bears add to their competition at the position later this week?

QUARTERBACKS: With Mitch Trubisky’s growth in mind, the Bears will keep QB room intact

RUNNING BACKS: After trading Jordan Howard, the Bears must replace him

WIDE RECEIVERS: Allen Robinson, Taylor Gabriel, Anthony Miller provide the foundation

TIGHT ENDS: Two years later, what do the Bears have in Adam Shaheen?

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN: After re-signing Bobby Massie, continuity is king

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN: With addition of Bilal Nichols, Bears have quality and depth up front

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS: The Bears love Khalil Mack – now they need pass rushing depth

MIDDLE LINEBACKERS: Impressive rookie Roquan Smith should be a self-upgrade in 2019

CORNERBACKS: After committing almost $100 million at the position, Bears still need backups

SAFETIES: Eddie Jackson and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix give Bears playmaking starting duo

Mock drafts

PERFECT PLAN: Breaking down the ideal scenario for the Bears on draft weekend

FIRST ROUND 1.0: Will the Cardinals take Kyler Murray or stick with Josh Rosen?

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