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Finding the 'It Factor' – Teams pondering draft mega-deals need to study Bears’ hits, misses trading No. 1’s

At some point of Thursdays first night of the draft, history says that some team will push a big pile of draft chips over in

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Jacob Infante

2019 NFL mock draft: Last-minute predictions for the Bears’ picks

With the NFL Draft just one day away, why not take another stab and what the Bears might do this year?

Draft day is almost upon us, ladies and gentlemen.

For the players, these next few days will serve as the realization of a life-long dream: playing in the NFL and being forced to move to a city they have no control over. For the teams, the draft is a chance to start a rebuilding phase, transition from a mediocre team into a playoff contender, or add the finishing touches to a Super...

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Contestant on Jeopardy! winning streak shouts out Bears during Wednesday's episode

One of the best Jeopardy! contestants of all-time apparently is the same as many other Chicagoland natives. James Holzhauer won his 15-straight episode of Jeopardy! on Wednesday.

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Josh Sunderbruch

WCG Confidence Board 2.0

Who will the Chicago Bears have available to them in Round 3, and should they draft for need, for value, or simply for overall talent?

This is a modest update to my confidence board, adding OurLads’ April position rankings and Windy City Gridiron’s own Jacob Infante’s Top 100 board. Most of the other boards available seem to have moved behind a paywall or do not have the desired depth for the scale of the board. To be honest, “mock drafts” are dominating coverage more and more, and...

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Bears fans on social media want Penn State RB Miles Sanders in 2019 NFL Draft

Even without a pick until the third round, Bears fans are still excited for what the 2019 NFL Draft could bring. Theyve had to do their

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Mock Draft: Bears stick to best player available, wait to take a running back

JJ Stankevitz takes a stab at who he thinks the Bears will take with their 2019 draft picks, starting with No. 87 in the third round. 

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Why Miles Sanders or David Montgomery could fall to Bears in NFL Draft

NBC Sports draft expert Josh Norris explains why two big RB names could still be on the board when the Bears pick in the 3rd round.

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Brad Biggs

Brad Biggs' NFL mock draft 3.0: All eyes are on Kyler Murray and the Cardinals

1. Cardinals: Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma

The latest whispers have the Cardinals going in a different direction, but that doesn’t make sense because they have been stringing along Josh Rosen all offseason. Pair Murray with new coach Kliff Kingsbury and see what they can do. Questions are: What can...

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Lester A. Wiltfong Jr.

Chicago Bears 2019 Season Predictions: 3rd quarter

We’re going to predict the Chicago Bears 2019 record in each quarter of the season in this week’s WCG roundtable discussion! Here are our 3rd quarter picks...

The NFL revealed their 2019 schedule last week, so we had to get in on the much-too-early Chicago Bears prediction fun. But to take it in a different direction, we wanted to break the schedule down into four easy to digest portions of prognostications. Former Bears head coach, Lovie Smith, used to like to break the schedule into...

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The best NFL draft classes by position

By this point in the NFL Draft process, you usually know who is going No. 1, how the top-10 picks will play out, and the draft order of the first three or four quarterbacks. This year? Good luck finding much consensus in any of the mock drafts you read. Interestingly enough, despite the high variance in this year’s draft, there is one certainty: The group of defensive linemen and rushers has a chance to be one of the all-time great position classes. There’s a good chance four of the...

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Rich Campbell

The NFL draft is Thursday. Here's how to watch and 5 things to follow — even without a Bears first-round pick

Ryan Pace has a plan for Thursday night when the first round of the NFL draft reaches the No. 24 pick. The draft board screen in the Bears’ new, state-of-the-art war room will be ready.

“Khalil Mack highlights will come on instantly,” Pace said Tuesday, not joking even a little bit.

Yes, while...

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Lester A. Wiltfong Jr.

Some NFL Draft prospects that make sense for the Bears

In Lester’s latest T Formation Conversation podcast, he’s joined by Jacob Infante, and they get us ready for the NFL Draft talking about some realistic prospects the Bears could be targeting.

So what if the Chicago Bears aren’t picking until late Friday night for the first time in the 2019 NFL Draft? No first or second round picks for GM Ryan Pace isn’t ideal, but using those picks to help get Khalil Mack and Anthony Miller was a move that helped the Bears go 12-4 last year, but it...

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Brad Biggs, Rich Campbell, Colleen Kane and Dan Wiederer

The Bears' biggest draft need other than running back is ______ . Our writers fill in the blanks

The Bears enter this week's NFL draft with no picks in the first or second round. Our team of Bears writers weighs in on four draft-related topics.

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LaMond Pope

Miles Boykin's 40-yard dash at the NFL combine made his Notre Dame teammates go crazy — and might get him drafted in the 2nd round

Miles Boykin lined up at the 40-yard line for a drill during Notre Dame’s pro day at the Loftus Sports Center.

Representatives from all 32 NFL teams watched March 20 as the wide receiver sprinted 10 yards, stopped and caught a pass from Irish quarterbacks coach Tom Rees.

“I just wanted to prove...

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Rich Campbell, Dan Wiederer

NFL draft: What are the odds the Bears will take a running back? Hint: Pretty high

Rich Campbell and Dan Wiederer sink their teeth into how the Bears will approach the NFL draft, including the odds they will take a running back. (Hint: They're pretty high.)

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Aaron Leming

Bears mailbag: Draft week, Robbie Gould demands a trade and more

Will the Bears make another draft day trade? How realistic is Robbie Gould? Could Ryan Nall be in the team’s 2019 plans and beyond? All that and more in this week’s mailbag.

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We’ve made it, Bears fans! Draft week is here and by the end of the weekend, we should be staring at a complete 90-man roster. Despite all of that, the focus seems to be on a different player that is currently not in a Chicago Bears uniform.

On Tuesday afternoon, ESPN’s Adam...

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Colleen Kane

5 positions to watch — other than running back — as Bears enter draft weekend

Even though general manager Ryan Pace on Tuesday downplayed the Bears’ need for a running back out of the draft, it seems like a reasonable expectation that the Bears will emerge from the weekend with a new complement to Tarik Cohen and Mike Davis.

But there are other holes on the roster that the...

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Ken Mitchell

The Bear’s Den, April 24, 2019

The draft is nearly here, Robbie tells the Niners “no thanks” while Hicks and Smith are honored



Zeglinski: Fighting complacency - The Bears’ 2019 draft has to fight self-satisfaction – The Rock River Times - The main reason Matt Nagy is the NFL’s reigning Coach of the Year isn’t because of offensive wizardry. It has nothing to do with mastery of any Bears personnel. It’s in the beauty of how he utilizes...

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Rich Campbell, Dan Wiederer

Podcast: Previewing the Bears' approach to the NFL draft

Rich Campbell and Dan Wiederer sink their teeth into how the Bears will approach the NFL draft, including the odds they will take a running back. (Hint: They're pretty high.)

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Could the Bears' Akiem Hicks be headed to the NFL Hall of Fame?

Chuck Pagano almost drafted Brian Piccolo award winner Akiem Hicks back in 2012, and thinks Hicks could be heading for the Hall of Fame.

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