Hub Arkush is a Bears/NFL Insider for Shaw Media
Bears depth chart on offense will feature more speed and nasty intent up front
With the 2021 draft in our rear view mirrors and at least the heavy lifting done for now in free agency, let’s get down to all that really matters.
The Bears finally landed their potential QB of the future. Now that effort has spawned the next big debate: when should Justin Fields be given the keys to the car?
There's no question the Bears made out well in this year's draft, but how did the rest of the NFC North do?
This past weekend's additions plus the Bears tight salary cap situation left the team with no choice but to move on from veteran left tackle Charles Leno Jr.
It's impossible to come away from the 2021 NFL draft without feeling like the Bears knocked this one out of the park.
Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy gave a resounding endorsement of his former offensive tackle, Teven Jenkins, who the Bears selected 39th overall in the NFL draft Friday night.
Ohio State coach Ryan Day told us Friday that Justin Fields' Epilepsy was never an issue in college and that he believes the Bears new QB is a generational talent.
After four months of buildup, hype, angst and hopes, at the end of the day the Bears did exactly what the great majority of their fan base hoped for and what many analysts thought they should: a bold move up the draft board to get quarterback Justin Fields.
Should the Bears trade up in Thursday's NFL draft first round? Should they trade down and acquire more picks? Hub Arkush and Sean Hammond debate.
Running backs have been devalued in recent drafts, but every team still needs them.
It is an excellent year for offensive linemen in the NFL draft, but the big question with many top prospects is are they tackles, guards or centers?
With a little more than 24 hours until the 2021 NFL draft kicks off, Hub Arkush puts together one final mock draft.
Did Ryan Pace actually give us some insight into his thought process Tuesday or was he simply throwing out misinformation? Like always, it's hard to tell with the Bears general manager.
Today’s NFL linebackers come in all shapes and sizes. The 2021 draft features a few throwbacks and some big guys outside.