Bears should give Mitch Trubisky what he needs — a first-round receiver
Sun-Times expert Adam L. Jahns breaks down whom the Bears should take in the first round of Thursday’s NFL Draft.
Sun-Times expert Mark Potash breaks down whom the Bears should take in the first round of Thursday’s NFL Draft.
Sun-Times expert Patrick Finley breaks down whom the Bears should take in the first round of Thursday’s NFL Draft.
Courtland Sutton is athletic enough to have suited up with SMU’s basketball team. He’s sort of like Alshon Jeffery, without the soft-tissue injuries.
The way I see it in April, the Bears will finish 7-8-1 in 2018.
What’s Nagy’s sense for the caliber of players who could be available at the No. 8 selection?
Even if you think his national-anthem protests are objectionable, surely you can see a sliver of valor in his perseverance. Don’t close your eyes.
General manager Ryan Pace is expected to have three players considered the best at their respective positions to choose from.
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Bob Pickens wrestled in the Olympics, played for the Bears and was a businessman, Chicago Park District commissioner and Big Ten football referee.
“He’s ready to take over,” running back Jordan Howard said of Mitch Trubisky.
New coach Matt Nagy will have his first two games broadcast to the nation in prime time — one against the rival Packers.
The Bears will sign former Ravens receiver Marlon Brown after he tried out for the team during its three-day minicamp.
The Bears’ ninth overall pick in 2016 has yet to play a full season in the NFL because of injuries.