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Former All-Pro guard Kelechi Osemele could be upgrade Bears need on O-line

Cordarrelle Patterson continues to recruit players to join the Chicago Bears, and his latest target is former All-Pro guard Kelechi Osemele. From the look of his response to Patterson, Osemele might be interested in signing with the Bears, where he would have a good chance to win the starting right guard job. Is Osemele the upgrade the Bears could use on the offensive line? It’s no secret that the Bears need to severely upgrade their offensive line this offseason. The only move they’ve...

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ESPN: Mitchell Trubisky has 'inside track' in Bears' QB competition

Following a disappointing season for Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, the former No. 2 overall pick has been put on notice this offseason. The Bears traded for former Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles, and suddenly Trubisky’s future as Chicago’s starting signal caller is in jeopardy. But the addition of Foles doesn’t necessarily mean he’s guaranteed the starting job. And, from the sound of it, Foles will have to beat out Trubisky for the spot. According to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, the...

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Are the Bears really the 2020 offseason's biggest loser? Bleacher Report thinks so

Would you describe the Bears' free agency plan as disastrous?  Bleacher Report would, apparently. In a lengthy piece titled 'Chicago Bears Are NFL Offseason's

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Tank for Trevor Lawrence in 2020? Bears fans and experts debate

Chicago Bears fans know the pain and agony of not having a true franchise quarterback all too well. In the team’s 100 year history, not a single player has thrown for 4,000 yards or scored 30 touchdowns, milestones that become more pedestrian by the year. The Bears took another stab at solving its continued conundrum this offseason, trading for the Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback and Super Bowl LII MVP Nick Foles in hopes of pushing, and possibly supplanting, starter Mitchell Trubisky...

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Are the Bears headed in the right direction?

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Welcome to SB Nation FanPulse — a survey of fans across the NFL. Throughout the offseason, we send 32 polls to plugged in fans from each team. Bears fans, sign up HERE to join FanPulse.

When the 2019 season ended, Chicago Bears’ fans were rightfully a bit down. After the magical run of 2018 that started with the unexpected Khalil Mack trade, that led to Club Dub, to winning nine of their last ten games, to their first division title in eight years, and then...

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B/R believes Bears are NFL's biggest losers this offseason

The Chicago Bears have made moves this offseason, but there’s an argument to be made that those changes haven’t made the team better. Unlike last offseason, the Bears glaring needs are much more than just kicker. From quarterback to offensive line to tight end to defensive back, general manager Ryan Pace certainly had his work cut out for him. Chicago added pass rusher Robert Quinn, quarterback Nick Foles and tight end Jimmy Graham, among others, but not all of the Bears’ additions...

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Early over/under win totals for the NFC North has Bears in third

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We check in on the early odds for the NFC North. plus take a look at some of the high and low teams.

With the first wave of NFL free agency behind us, BetOnline.ag has adjusted their over/under numbers for the win totals, and believe it or not they have the Chicago Bears receiving a half game bump from where they were in February. Back then the Bears’ over/under was 8, but now here’s how they sit along with the other three teams in the NFC...

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Is QB Mitchell Trubisky in danger of losing his starting job?

Following a disappointing 2019 season for Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, many Bears’ fans were upset and eager to see the former No. 2 overall pick out of town. After the season ended, general manager Ryan Pace reiterated that “Mitchell Trubisky is our guy for 2020,” but didn’t say if the team would bring in any sort of competition for Trubisky in 2020. But during free agency, Pace made his intentions clear when he went out and traded for former Jaguars quarterback Nick Foles,...

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Allen Robinson leading hunger relief campaign amid coronavirus pandemic

Chicago Bears receiver Allen Robinson embodies everything a football player should be. While he’s one of the best players on the Bears’ roster, he’s an even better person off the field. The Bears’ Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee has stepped up following the coronavirus pandemic, where so many people have been affected, including students around the country. Robinson is helping those kids in Chicago that are missing out on meals they would receive during the school day. Robinson...

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Robert Quinn is the feather in the Bears’ cap

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Quinn’s looming arrival completes a three-headed monster of a pass rush.

Some players are impossible to ignore. Every time Khalil Mack straps on his pads, he’s the center of attention. His teammates envision one of his patented power-to-speed moves bailing out them out at the best possible moment. When the quarterback is holding the ball outstretched without a care in the world, chances are Mack will make him rue the day he ever chose to be so...

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Chicago Bears Weekend Free Agency Tracker

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Don’t look now, but the Cordarrelle Patterson recruitment of Kelechi Osemele is heating up.

On March 20, Chicago Bears junior-general-manager-in-training, Cordarrelle Patterson, continued shooting his shot on Twitter by hitting up his former teammate, offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele.

It was a simple ‘what’s up’ with a reply of ‘what’s good’ from Osemele four days later, but then Patterson quickly sprung into action with a, “What you...

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The Bear’s Den, March 28, 2020

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It’s a Saturday Den in for all you shut-ins out there practicing your social distancing...

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Dismantling of Bears Secondary Threatens Defensive Stability - SI.com - One of the great accomplishments of the Ryan Pace era will go unacknowledged, partly due to his own salary cap cuts in 2020 free agency.

Who NFL analysts think...

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NFL.com predicts a record breaking year for Nick Foles

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If Foles has this kind of year, the Bears will be back in the playoffs.

It seems the national media is split on the Chicago Bears trading for quarterback Nick Foles, but the split doesn’t come on whether or not they believe he’s a upgrade in Chicago’s QB room, the split is more along the lines of, ‘OMG how could they gave up a fourth-round pick for a player still due so much money!’

I tend to think the trade was too pricey,...

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A tight bind: Bears remain burdened with questions at tight end

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On paper, the Bears look to be loaded with Jimmy Graham and Trey Burton. If only it was 2017.

Tight ends are the unicorns of pro football. The hybrid Swiss Army Knives who, in best case scenarios, act as overarching do-it-all weapons for their teams. No high-functioning, self-respecting modern NFL offense is complete without a reliable playmaking tight end. No quarterback is respectable or comfortable without a 250-pound safety valve running across the...

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Five Questions with Blogging The Boys about the Bears’ New Pass Rusher Robert Quinn

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ECD is joined by Tom Ryle of Blogging The Boys to share their insight of the newest Monster of the Midway.

Free Agency has certainly been “interesting” for the Chicago Bears so far in the 2020 league year. Of course, when your team’s number one topic is the situation at quarterback, plenty of other moves will be phased out from the news cycle quickly. As we’ve seen it so far in Chicago the atmosphere has been felt from two opposite sides of the...

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Bears Free Agency Tracker: You grade their moves so far

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Since the Bears free agency news and rumors have slowed a bit, we’re pulling double duty on this tracker by also asking you guys to give us your grade for their moves so far.

Welcome to SB Nation FanPulse — a survey of fans across the NFL. Throughout the offseason, we send 32 polls to plugged in fans from each team. Bears fans, sign up HERE to join FanPulse.

These latest Chicago Bears FanPulse results were tabulated before they brought back...

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The Bear’s Den, March 27, 2020

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Jimmy Graham tells the world that he’s ready to kick butt and take names... is he right?

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Jimmy Graham Says 'I'm Still Fast' Amid Criticism of Bears' Free-Agent Signing

Chicago Bears tight end Jimmy Graham is a five-time Pro Bowler and one-time All-Pro who averaged 89 receptions, 1,099 yards and 12 touchdowns over a four-year period from 2011-14...

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Graham to critics of Bears' move: 'I'm still fast'

Veteran tight end Jimmy Graham insists he can still perform at an elite level after agreeing to a deal with the Bears -- a two-year contract that included $9 million guaranteed and a no-trade clause, a move by Chicago that was universally panned.

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Is Nick Foles the Bears’ unquestioned starter?

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The Bears Banter Podcast discusses that, as well as the Bears other free agency moves.

There are some new faces that are now a part of the 2020 Chicago Bears roster. At the top of the list is Nick Foles. Is Nick Foles the unquestioned starter? Is the job still Mitchell Trubisky’s to lose? Is this an open competition?

Those questions are discussed in the latest Bears Banter Podcast! Foles is obviously a discussion point, but there is plenty else to discuss...

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