Chicago Bears Draft 2019
The 2019 fourth-round pick has seen very little playing time with the Bears. What’s the reason behind that?
With such a strong 2021 quarterback class, Lead Draft Analyst Jacob Infante ranks the top 10 quarterback prospects over the last three drafts.
Throughout the 2020 NFL season, we’ll spotlight a Bears player in a weekly column. This week, we’ll take an in-depth look at Running Back David Montgomery
There won’t be any holdouts this offseason, as everyone from the 2019 class has signed their rookie deals.
Despite the age of the Johnson chart, it continues to predict high-end trades better than its competitors. However, a new chart is beginning to own the middle of the draft.
With the odds given for the rookie running back, Montgomery seems like a smart bet.
Talented in more ways than one, Whyte Jr. is a born-ready football player. His resiliency as an amateur is all you need to know he can tear up the NFL.
A heart of gold, compassion, and discipline. A foundational offensive centerpiece. Montgomery’s college career is full of signs of him being the Bears’ missing piece.
Our offseason WCG roundtable topics are shifting over to the 2019 NFL Draft for the next few articles, but this one is looking towards the 2020 season.
In an X’s and O’s breakdown, we take a look at what makes Ridley such a good route runner.
Our resident Optimist Prime reviews and critiques the small yet loaded class selected by Ryan Pace.
The Bears drafted three skill players in this year’s draft, but those players might not be the only rookies to make a difference in Chicago’s offense.
Well, maybe the Vikings? But not really...
The 2019 NFL draft is over and the priority undrafted free agent period has cooled down. So, now we go through the exercise of giving out way too early "grades" on players that have never touched an NFL field!
Takes so fresh they’ll melt in your hands...
The Bears cap their latest draft class with a secondary project.
Speed is the name of the game as the Bears add a blazer to their offensive stable.
After piling up their offensive future, the Bears add a feisty developmental cornerback.
Chicago continues to add to their playmaking arsenal with the younger Ridley brother.