The Chicago Bears started OTAs on May 21st this year. They started the offseason with an optional lift day. In Matt Nagy’s press conference yesterday he said he believes 98% of the team showed up.
This Bears loss to Patriots was the second best possible outcome.
Nagy surprised the team with something that he coined “Monday Funday.” Players and coaches were split into ten 11-man teams, where they competed in an Olympics of sorts.
The Bears may be getting a steal in the former Notre Dame offensive lineman.
Duck might be an undersized player at 5’9″ and 180 lbs. Due to his build, he would probably be better suited to play an inside cornerback spot.
The Bears will try to convert Jesper Horsted, a 6’4″ 225 lbs former wide receiver, to a tight end since they are in need of more players at that spot.
Who are the top candidates to take the role of Club Dub DJ?
In honor of the NFL’s 100th season, what would an All-Century Chicago Bears team look like?
With the NFL Draft now a week in the rearview mirror, it’s time to take a look at players that are still on the free agent market.
Yet another piece to the never-finished puzzle.