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  • 5 things we learned during Bears offseason

    5 things we learned during Bears offseason
    The Bears concluded their two-month offseason program Thursday, the first step on a journey they hope leads to the playoffs. Players were prohibited from wearing shoulder pads or tackling during nine voluntary and three mandatory practices, so true...
  • How would you grade Phil Emery's defensive drafting ability?

    How would you grade Phil Emery's defensive drafting ability?
    By my count, over three Phil Emery drafts, and projecting starters for 2014, he has drafted eight offensive players for three starters, which is probably OK, but 11 defensive players for one starter (Jon Bostic or Shea McClellin) and that is a disaster. I...
  • Readers Q&A: Brad Biggs' Bears mailbag

    Readers Q&A: Brad Biggs' Bears mailbag
    Hoping you might put a question to Phil Emery at some point. In light of his talent and athleticism, any thoughts on moving Kyle Long to the tackle position, specifically left tackle? My thinking is he is too talented for guard especially after reading...
  • Bears add to WR competition with signings of Edwards, Spurlock

    Bears add to WR competition with signings of Edwards, Spurlock
    The Chicago Bears added more depth and competition to their receiving corps Tuesday with the signings of receivers Armanti Edwards and Micheal Spurlock. The team finished another session of organized team activities Tuesday with nine receivers on the...
  • Upon further review: With identity strong, Bears offense vowing to leap forward

    Upon further review: With identity strong, Bears offense vowing to leap forward
    The Chicago Bears will close the books on their first week of organized team activities Friday at Halas Hall, concluding what’s been a busy month of May. So what all can we take away from the team’s continuing evolution? Here are four things...
  • Cutler in comfort zone with Bears' offense

    The Sports Xchange Cutler in comfort zone with Bears' offense LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Both physically and mentally, quarterback Jay Cutler couldn't feel better about the upcoming Chicago Bears season. Armed with a new contract and knowledge of an...
  • Safety first? Not with Phil Emery calling shots

    Safety first? Not with Phil Emery calling shots
    With the Bears in desperate need of a starting safety heading into Thursday night's NFL draft and the top two safeties available, they selected cornerback Kyle Fuller out of Virginia Tech. With Chicago expecting the obscure from Bears general manager...
  • Free agents will have bigger impact on Bears than draftees

    Free agents will have bigger impact on Bears than draftees
    Like nothing else in professional sports, the NFL draft markets in hope. It wraps up a free commodity in a fancy package and promotes wishful expectation in a scam more sophisticated than bottled water or pet rocks. If Bears general manager Phil Emery's...
  • NFL draft preview: Wide receivers

    NFL draft preview: Wide receivers
    Bears status The height and good hands of Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery helped them become the first pair of receivers in team history to make the Pro Bowl in the same season. Marquess Wilson, last year's seventh-round pick, is a leading candidate...
  • Readers' Q&A: Brad Biggs' mailbag

    Readers' Q&A: Brad Biggs' mailbag
    Now that Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall have been re-signed, who would the next likely target be for an extension? -- @BradPintar from Twitter The Bears have been on a serious pace signing players since the very end of last season. Then, Cutler,...
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  • Wilson likely to get first crack at No. 3 WR spot

    Wilson likely to get first crack at No. 3 WR spot
    ORLANDO, Fla. – Marc Trestman said the Chicago Bears are not "anointing" Marquess Wilson as the No. 3 receiver in the offense, but the coach hopes the second-year player can develop like Alshon Jeffery did a year ago. Wilson apparently will get...