Tag: bears offense

Chicago Bears Add Offensive Line Depth with Signing of Former First-Rounder

Germain Ifedi will provide some much-needed depth along the offensive line for Chicago in 2020.

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OPINION: Nick Foles is the QB Chicago Deserves

Welcome to Chicago, Nick Foles.

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What are the Interior Offensive Line Options for the Bears?

The Bears have addressed every position of need this offseason except for interior offensive lineman.

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Bears Cap Crunch: Almost Everything is on the Table

Contract extension and restructure? Trade to address other pressing needs? Everything is on the table when it comes to Allen Robinson and the Bears.

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BREAKING: Bears Send 4th Round Comp Pick to Jaguars for Nick Foles

The Bears have acquired Nick Foles from the Jaguars in exchange for a compensatory fourth-round pick.

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Not The Bears Tight End Splash Anyone Wanted to See

The Bears have reportedly agreed to terms with free-agent tight end Jimmy Graham, and fans aren’t thrilled.

This Time It’s Different, I Swear! Is Nagy Truly Ready to Adapt?

Though they hurt you last time out, maybe you should consider taking the Bears back in 2020. They might be different this time around.

Bears Sign Demetrius Harris

The Tight End room at Halas Hall adds a new member today as Ian Rapoport announced that the Bears have signed Former Cleveland Brown Demetrius Harris to a one year deal. Rapoport also noted in his tweet that Harris has spent time with Head Coach Matt Nagy when both were in Kansas City. Entering his

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OPINION: Why Mitch Trubisky Will Bounce Back in 2020

Some love to hate Mitchell Trubisky and some still think there is potential for the kid. Much of his future depends on the improvements he makes this offseason and Matt Nagy’s ability to recover from a rough year of play-calling.

Matt Nagy Needs to Adjust to his Personnel for the Bears’ Offense to Click

Matt Nagy hasn’t adjusted his running scheme to play into his personnel’s strengths, and that needs to change in 2020 for the Bears to find success.