News, articles, photos, scores about the Chicago Bears from Shaw Local and Hub Arkush
If Justin Fields takes big strides forward, he can be as good as any QB in the league. Physically he has All Pro talent. But if Fields struggles, this could be the worst QB group in the league, Hub Arkush writes.
All indications during minicamp and OTAs pointed toward cornerback Thomas Graham Jr. making a serious push for the nickel cornerback position.
As a journalist, football analyst, human and more than anything a friend, John "Moon" Mullin was as good as it gets, Hub Arkush writes.
The Bears are hoping defensive tackle Justin Jones can be a penetrator who can slip between offensive linemen and cause some chaos in the backfield.
Fullback Khari Blasingame is a big, burly back who measures in at 6-foot, 233 pounds. He’s here to block for running backs David Montgomery and Khalil Herbert.
There is a popular refrain around Bears Nation you’ve been hearing for years, that the Bears will never win or be relevant again until the McCaskeys sell the team.
New general manager Ryan Poles is looking for grit on the offensive line. Left guard Cody Whitehair certainly embodies that.
With the Bears, Cubs and Blackhawks all in rebuilds, Hub Arkush looks at the last 56 seasons to determine how badly Chicago sports are struggling right now.
Al-Quadin Muhammad fits the mold of just about every free agent that general manager Ryan Poles signed this offseason – he has shown flashes of brilliance on the field, but came at a relative bargain in free agency.
Bears running back Khalil Herbert emerged as a solid No. 2 back behind starter David Montgomery last year. Herbert stands to benefit from a new run-blocking scheme.
The Bears announced their schedule for training camp. Players will report on July 26. The slate features 11 practices that are open to the public for free. Fans can apply for tickets on July 7.
Bears lineman Sam Mustipher lost his starting center position to free agent Lucas Patrick, but he could still wind up in the starting lineup. With Dakota Dozier going on injured reserve, Mustipher might be the front runner at right guard.
Guard Dakota Dozier needed to be carted off the field last week at Bears veteran minicamp. The team placed him on injured reserve Tuesday. The recent free agent acquisition was battling for a starting job at right guard.
How many times have you heard Chicago is a Cubs and a Bears town? That is certainly not something to brag about right now, Hub Arkush writes.
What’s up with Robert Quinn? And how unsettled is the offensive line? Hub Arkush, Sean Hammond and Kyle Nabors discuss the latest news following the conclusion of the Bears’ offseason program.