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Don’t expect the Bears to use a franchise tag this year

Teams can start announcing their franchise tagged players starting on February 19. The deadline to do so is March 5.

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[Video] Breaking Down the Bears: Anthony Miller

Robert Schmitz is giving us a video breakdown of Anthony Miller’s rookie year and the future is bright for the Bears wide out.

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The Bear’s Den, February 18, 2019

We enter the week when clubs can designate franchise and transition tag players... will Robbie Gould be franchised by SF?

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AAF Weekend TWO Open Thread For Chicago Bears Fans

Mike Singletary and his Memphis Express are back at it this weekend, hoping to get a better result in their home opener

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The Bear’s Den, February 16, 2019

There’s some good analysis of the Chicago Bears players in this edition, and there’s some laughable as well

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Chicago Bears Fans: What AAF Rules Would You Most / Least Like To See In NFL

The latest Windy City Gridiron Roundtable is all about the innovative rules being used by the AAF

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The Bear’s Den, February 15, 2019

Free agency and cap maneuvers dominate the discussion in the NFL this week

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Only the most wholesome of romantic Bears poems here.

NFL.com lists Miami (FL) safety Sheldrick Redwine as target for Bears

The former Hurricane standout finished his collegiate career with 164 tackles and five interceptions in four seasons.

The Bear’s Den, February 14, 2019

Roquan Smith, James Daniels, Anthony Miller & Bilal Nichols all made big impacts their rookie seasons, and people noticed

Chicago Bears 2019 Roster Turnover: The defensive line is solid 1 through 5

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Grading Ryan Pace: Undrafted Free Agents

Every team finds talent after the draft is over. The best GMs use that talent to fill in needs on the roster and to maximize their teams’ chances of success. How has Ryan Pace done since taking over the Bears?

The Bear’s Den, February 13, 2019

You know it’s the offseason when folks dream of trying to squeezes Le’Veon Bell into the Bears salary cap...

Ten Thoughts on the NFL and the Chicago Bears

Give these Ten Thoughts a gander, and make sure to leave a few thoughts of your own in the comment section

Which position should the Bears draft in the third round?

All things being equal (i.e. assume there is equal talent across the board), which position would you draft in the third-round for the Chicago Bears?

Trubisky’s sophomore season was impressive, but there is plenty of room for improvement.

This is the first of a series of collaborations between film guru Andrew Link of Windy City Gridiron and stats guy Johnathan Wood of Da Bears Blog. We’re excited to be working together to bring fans of both sites great content by combining our approaches.

The Bear’s Den, February 12, 2019

Eric Reid signs a three-year deal with Carolina, setting the safety market high... will Adrian Amos benefit?

Chicago Bears 2019 Roster Turnover: How big a need is cornerback?

In this 13 part series we’ll take an in depth look at each position group for the Chicago Bears with an eye towards the 2019 season. We’ll speculate on who stays, who goes, and some potential additions we’d like to see general manager Ryan Pace make.

2019 NFL draft: 6 running backs the Bears should keep an eye on

What the Bears will do at the running back position this offseason is anyone’s guess at this point, but one can assume that drafting one is likely.

A Chicago Bears Fan’s Thoughts On AAF Debut Weekend

Here are some likes, dislikes and observations after watching the debut of the Alliance of American Football

Bear With Me: Championship Windows, Amos vs Callahan, and NFL Officiating

On the latest episode of Bear With Me, Robert S. discusses how long great defenses last before predicting the Bears’ championship window length. He also weighs in on the Amos vs Callahan debate and talks about what the NFL’s officiating could take away from the AAF.

The Bear’s Den, February 11, 2019

The Bears front office gets back to work this week, with decisions about Adrian Amos and Bryce Callahan pending

AAF Opening Weekend Open Thread For Chicago Bears Fans

A new football league with a lot of familiar faces, including coach Mike Singletary, hits the field this weekend

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17 Again: A Statistical Comparison of Anthony Miller and Alshon Jeffery

Anthony Miller isn’t the first 2nd round, #17-wearing rookie Wide Receiver to make noise in Chicago

The Bear’s Den, February 9, 2019

The Bears promote three coaches as we enter first full weekend of the offseason

Khalil Mack makes it 7 Chicago Bears on the PFF Top 101 Players of 2018 list

The Pro Football Focus Top 101 Player list is complete and there are 7 Bear defenders on there.

“I remember that Bear, he was awesome!”

We got so many responses on Twitter that we wanted to share some of your answers here.

Chicago Bears top needs and NFL draft prospects

In Lester’s latest T Formation Conversation Podcast, he’s joined by WCG’s draft guru, EJ Snyder, to talk about the Bears top needs and some draft prospects that could fit in Chicago.

The Bear’s Den, February 8, 2019

Visor on? Check. "Be You" playsheet in hand? Check. The best Chicago Bears links around? Check. Let’s do this thing.

Two more Bears make the PFF Top 101 Players; Jackson at 14 and Hicks at 11

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In this 13 part series we’ll take an in depth look at each position group for the Chicago Bears with an eye towards the 2019 season. We’ll speculate on who stays, who goes, and some potential additions we’d like to see general manager Ryan Pace make.

The Bear’s Den, February 7, 2019

Matt Slauson retires without debate, Atlanta releases long time kicking great. and links today are our fate...

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