Chicago Bears Training Camp 2020
The opinions keep coming as we discuss the Foles trade in retrospect, Trubisky’s leash, and the future of the Bears QB position.
After months of uncertainty and a quick COVID-condensed competition, the Bears have named a week one starter. We have some feelings about this.
The Bears have waived two players who saw decent playing time in 2019.
Chicago Bears Mailbag: Leonard Fournette, the quarterback battle and a list of potential “surprise” cuts
The 2020 NFL is a week away and with roster cuts due on Saturday, we take a closer look at what to expect in the coming days leading into the team’s Week 1 affair against the Lions next Sunday.
Head coach Matt Nagy said that today was the Bears’ final day of training camp, so what do we know for sure so far?
With the NFL’s cutdown slated for Saturday afternoon, we breakdown who will make the Bears final roster and what their practice squad could look like with the new rules.
In the latest episode of Bear With Me, Robert S. brings on one of the few people who’s actually been at Bears’ practices to talk through camp battles, the QB competition, and more.
Kyle Fuller picked Mitch Trubisky off twice, Nagy said the quarterback decision won’t be publicly announced until week 1, and both quarterbacks spoke with the media today.
In the final part of our two part series, we dive into the NFC North’s offensive side of the ball to breakdown each unit.
For the third year running, we take a deeper dive and break down each position within the NFC North. First up- The defensive side of the ball!
Bad news out of Halas Hall today for the Bears...
While Jimmy Graham and Cole Kmet have received plenty of kudos, the entire tight end group has flashed at Halas Hall.
Nine false positive COVID-19 tests on the Bears prompt them to reschedule today’s practice at Halas Hall.
The WCG staff is running through some Bears training camp topics in a round table format this week, and we’re sticking with the defense on question number three...