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The Bear’s Den, March 11, 2019

The Early Negotiating Period for Free Agency starts today at 4:00 PM Eastern. Stay tuned to Windy City Gridiron for the best analysis on the planet!

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Zegliski: Bears free agency 2019 - Chicago should make every effort to sign Terrell Suggs SBNation - The experienced and accomplished Suggs would fit right in with the Bears’ defensive swagger.

Stankevitz: The five biggest Bears storylines to watch during free agency this week - NBC Sports Chicago - What happens with Adrian Amos and Bryce Callahan? Is Jordan Howard a Bear at the end of the week? While the Bears lack cap space, they still have plenty of important storylines to follow this week.

Mayer: Nagy receives NFC Coach of Year Award - - Bears coach Matt Nagy was honored as the 2018 NFC coach of the year at the annual 101 Awards Saturday night in Kansas City.

Medina: Eyeing Potential Bears Free Agent Targets: Safety Adrian Amos -Beacher Nation - Adrian Amos helped put an end to the revolving door of poor safety play that once plagued Chicago.

Finley Bears free agency 2019: Analyzing needs, targets and whom they could lose - Sun Times - Here’s what the Bears need, whom they figure to target and which players they could lose:

Report: Bears interested in Mark Ingram as potential Jordan Howard replacement - NBC Sports Chicago - NFL insider Ian Rapoport reported Sunday that the Bears and Packers are expressing interest in former New Orleans Saints first-round pick Mark Ingram

Ellis:’Robust market’ reportedly forming for free agent safety Adrian Amos - NBC Sports Chicago - It’s looking more and more like Adrian Amos may be one of the most highly-coveted free agent safety in an already crowded market.


Raiders and Steelers agree to a trade for Antonio Brown, per report - Acme Packing Company - Hopefully this report isn’t a false alarm like the report about the Bills was.

Steelers to trade Antonio Brown to Raiders: Who won, who lost? - - The Oakland Raiders and Pittsburgh Steelers have agreed to terms on a deal for All-Pro wide receiver Antonio Brown, according to Ian Rapoport. Gregg Rosenthal breaks down the winners and losers.

Evaluating every NFL team's receiving corps: Who needs a WR1? - - What is the current state of each NFL team's receiving corps? Cynthia Frelund takes an analytical look at all 32 WR groups. Who needs a No. 1? Who needs upgrades across the board?

Raiders are taking a huge risk in acquiring Antonio Brown, but not for the reason you think - Chicago Tribune - A problem with the Raiders' latest deal? Antonio Brown is about to become a relative old man at a young man's position.


2019 Hard Knocks rumor: Detroit Lions assumed to be featured team? - Pride Of Detroit -One report suggest the Lions may be the favorite to be featured on the HBO show.

Rapoport: Vikings have not asked Kyle Rudolph to restructure - Daily Norseman - That seems a little strange


Mitchell: Strange - The Unusual Offseason For Chicago Bears Fans - Windy City Gridiron - As we reach the eve of the NFL’s early negotiating period for free agency, Chicago Bears fans are in a unique position

Who would you hate to see the Bears sign in free agency? - Windy City Gridiron - Earlier today we asked you guys to give us a player that you would love to see the Chicago Bears sign in free agency, so naturally, we had to get the flip side of this question as a part of our...

Who do you want the Bears to sign in free agency? - Windy City Gridiron - We’ve got another Chicago Bears’ offseason roundtable for you guys to digest today. If you guys have missed any of these so far, be sure to peruse the full story stream below.


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