Chicago Bears Draft 2021
The 2021 second-round pick may already be on the outs in Chicago.
Justin Fields has had some ups and downs already in his young career, but at least one major outlet is finally saying he passes the eye test.
Jim Miller joins Bears Banter and discusses the issues in the loss to Cleveland
Danny Parkins joins Bears Banter as Justin Fields gets ready for his first NFL start
There have been some reasons floated around for why the Bears shouldn’t start Justin Fields Week 1, but are any of them without flaws?
Though not quite the Week 1 favorite, the rookie’s odds of becoming the Bears’ starter right away have gotten better.
The Bears find themselves near the bottom of the NFL in ESPN’s projections for the next three years.
What actually happened, versus what reportedly was planned, wound up being two different scenarios for the Chicago Bears this offseason.
These Bears players could use the return of the NFL preseason to make their case for either a roster spot or a starting role.
With Justin Fields locked up, that leaves only 1 rookie left to sign his deal.
The Bears have some needs heading into the 2021 season, and these prospects could help fix those needs in the 2022 NFL Draft.
The Bears have locked up all five of their day 3 selections from the 2021 NFL Draft.
The Bears’ sixth-round wide receiver should miss time with his recent injury.
In a passing league, no defensive position is on more of an island than cornerback. Today’s post-draft profile focuses on Thomas Graham Jr., who seems to revel in such isolation against offensive playmakers.
Any true playmaker believes in themselves, and believes in the spirit of competition. Dazz Newsome is no different. A fighter’s mentality is on display in today’s post-draft profile.
In today’s post-draft profile, we center on the massive tackle from Missouri. When push comes to shove, Larry Borom will be anything but nice.
Our post-draft questionnaire series continues with the big man, Teven Jenkins, as he works toward becoming the anchor the Bears so desperately need up front.
The Rule of 3 gang reviews the Bears’ offseason Free Agency signings in light of the draft and talks through which positions they’re comfortable with... as well as the positions they’re not.
In the first part of a post-draft series, the legend Justin Fields built in Columbus might soon be a small piece of the tall tale he spins with the Bears.
The Bears head into 2021 with a big need at cornerback, so we break down some intriguing 2022 NFL Draft prospects they could target next year at the position.
Teven Jenkins played one game at left tackle in 2020 before moving to the right side due to injuries. Let’s break down how the Bears’ second-round pick fared.
The Chicago Bears made 7 picks in the 2021 NFL Draft, but that’s not all the rookies they’ll bring into the offseason workout programs as they’ve just announced their 2021 UDFA class.