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Bears Must Extend Marshall's Deal Past 2014 Season, Jeffery Not No. 1 WR Yet

Chicago Bears WR Brandon Marshall is entering the final year of his contract. Should the Bears extend Marshall's deal this offseason or let him play out the final year of the contract? How do the Bears feel about Alshon Jeffery's ability...Show More Summary

Fantasy Football 2014: Who Gets the Edge in These Elite WR Duos?

For teams with multiple elite wide receivers, which player holds the greater fantasy value in 2014? Chicago Bears perennial touchdown-machine Brandon Marshall or 2013 breakout beast Alshon Jeffery? How about Green Bay Packers studs Jordy...Show More Summary

4 Free Agents Still Within the Chicago Bears' Reach

Everybody has their NFL draft goggles on now but there are still some free agents to be had on the market. The veteran framework of the Bears is in place but it's still always wise to peruse the wire and see who can be brought into camp...Show More Summary

Bears keep tabs on RB James White

The release of veteran running back Michael Bush on March 10 left a hole in the Chicago Bears' backfield the team must eventually fill. While the Bears do currently have second-year tailback/return man Michael Ford slotted behind two-time...Show More Summary

Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios for the Chicago Bears' Top 3 Picks

There's only one thing certain about the NFL draft: It never goes according to plan. Teams set up their big boards knowing they need to have a plan B, plan C and even plan D. This draft is crucial for the Chicago Bears. Even though they have added a number of pieces in free agency, the defense still has a few holes. Show More Summary

Chicago Bears Draft Countdown: Making a Case for Ra'Shede Hageman

As the Chicago Bears prepare for the 2014 NFL draft, Minnesota defensive tackle Ra'Shede Hageman is a player who has a lot of what the Bears are looking for. Prior to the NFL Scouting Combine, Bears general manager Phil Emery highlighted some things that his team looks for. Show More Summary

Weems agrees to reduced salary

The Chicago Bears asked kick returner/receiver Eric Weems in March to take a pay cut from the $1.1 million he was scheduled to earn in 2014, ESPNChicago.com's Jeff Dickerson reported, and the veteran complied Thursday, according to documents...Show More Summary

Who Are the Experts Predicting to the Bears in the First Round of the NFL Draft

The Chicago Bears have made a bunch of moves to beef up their defense so far this offseason, but that hasn't changed many mock-draft projections. Since the process began, most mock-drafters had the Bears taking either a defensive tackle...Show More Summary

Best-Kept-Secret CB Bears Should Steal to Help Fix Secondary in NFL Draft

The Chicago Bears could use depth at cornerback, but it isn't their primary need. Can they steal an under-the-radar prospect on the third day of the NFL draft? In the video above, watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms identify which sleeper corner the Bears should target. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Chicago Bears 2014 NFL Draft Fact or Fiction

We are less than one month away from the NFL draft. Rumors and mock drafts will continue to come fast and furious as we await the night Rodger Goodell officially tells us the Houston Texans are on the clock. The Bears have made a ton of impact moves in free agency and the plan has been centered toward rebuilding the defense. Show More Summary

Devin Hester's heart still in Chicago

Return man Devin Hester departed for the Atlanta Falcons via free agency, but it’s clear he’d like to still be with the Chicago Bears. Hester made that apparent Wednesday with a couple of posts on his Twitter account. Hester’s correct...Show More Summary

Brandon Marshall Posts Picture of Acceptance Email to Harvard School of Business

Brandon Marshall is a deep threat and a baller cum laude, but is he a Harvard man? The Chicago Bears wideout posted a picture to his Instagram account on Tuesday night showing an acceptance email from what may or may not be the Harvard School of Business. Show More Summary

Why Kyle Fuller Is a Legitimate First-Round Option for the Chicago Bears

A Chicago Bears defense that is getting long in the tooth on the perimeter could soon find its fountain of youth in the form of Virginia Tech cornerback Kyle Fuller. According to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune, Fuller will make an official visit to the Bears on Tuesday, exactly a month before the opening of the 2014 NFL draft. Show More Summary

A Lil Positivity: Chicago Bears Baller Brandon Marshall Accepted Into Harvard’s Business School

Congrats! Brandon Marshall Accepted Into Harvard’s Business School It looks like Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall was accepted into Harvard’s business school. Marshall was in the news recently thanks to domestic violence issues that came from his wife allegedly

Bears reach deal with TE Matthew Mulligan

A tight end known for his blocking is headed to Chicago. The Bears have reached a one-year deal with Matthew Mulligan, the club announced Tuesday night. The 6-4, 267-pound Mulligan caught a combined three passes for 22 yards in regular season and postseason play for New England in 2013. Overall, he played 339 snaps, according…

St. Vincent - Prince Johnny

Sounds like: Feist, Grizzly Bear, Talking Heads Song: St. Vincent - Prince Johnny What's so good? On Saturday night, Annie Clark—the singer/guitarist/goddess known as St. Vincent—took to the stage at Chicago's Riviera Theatre...Show More Summary

Remember Josh Freeman? He visited with the Chicago Bears

Last season, after quarterback Josh Freeman was cut by Tampa Bay, multiple teams were interested. MInnesota landed him on a one-year deal for $3 million, not a bad sum for less than a full season. Less than a year later, Freeman hasn't been able to find a job on the open market. Show More Summary

Why Drafting Mike Evans Makes Sense for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Josh McCown only started five games for the Chicago Bears in 2013, but his excellent production allowed the free-agent quarterback to get a two-year, $10 million deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in March. For the season, the 34-year-old McCown threw for 1,829 yards, 13 touchdown passes and just one interception. Show More Summary

Bears' busy offseason will fuel change on D

The Chicago Bears' front office grunted through one of the league's busiest offseason of signings to put the team in position to draft the best player available in May while also minimizing the burden of the potential first-round pick...Show More Summary

Source: QB Josh Freeman visits Bears

CHICAGO -- Free-agent quarterbacks Josh Freeman and Adam Weber visited the Chicago Bears on Monday, a source with direct knowledge of the situation confirmed. The Bears also worked out tight end Matthew Mulligan, per a league source. The...Show More Summary

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