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Nobody expected Braxton Jones to start at left tackle for the Bears this season. But did the rookie from Southern Utah do enough to lock down the left tackle job in 2023?
Ryan Poles has plenty of work cut out for him in the coming months. Here's a breakdown of where the Bears' roster stands now. Who is under contract and who is a free agent?
Even after a resurgent season, guard Teven Jenkins knows the Bears have the cap space and draft picks to replace anyone. “I don’t ever want to be the person to say, ‘Yeah, I have a spot,’' Jenkins said. "I don’t want to do that because I always want to stay hungry."
In the season finale, the Bears are taking on the NFC North division rival Minnesota Vikings. Stay here all game long for live updates.
The Bears placed right guard Teven Jenkins, backup lineman Michael Schofield and cornerback Josh Blackwell on injured reserve Wednesday. They will sit out the season finale against Minnesota.
The Bears were demolished by the Lions over the holiday weekend. Sean Hammond and Kyle Nabors discuss the upcoming final week of the 2023 regular season and start looking ahead to the offseason.
Chicago Bears rookie left tackle Braxton Jones was pretty hard on himself after a disappointing performance. Plus QB Justin Fields calmed down WR Chase Claypool, and the Bears elected to keep Fields in the game until the end.
There was no silver lining Sunday. The Lions blew through the Bears, 41-10, with more than 500 yards of total offense and Justin Fields had one of the worst passing performances of his career.
The Bears surrendered over 500 yards of offense and that’s just the start of it in the Bears’ 41-10 loss to the Detroit Lions on Sunday at Ford Field. Here is what you need to know:
The Bears and Lions square off Sunday in an NFC North division battle. Stay here all game long for live updates.
The Detroit Lions have a shot at the playoffs, but they desperately need a win against the Bears on Sunday. Here's what to watch for in the Week 17 NFC North division showdown.
The Bears' offense will be closer to full strength this weekend against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. Linemen Cody Whitehair and Teven Jenkins are expected to play. Receiver Equanimeous St. Brown should be back and Chase Claypool might be available too.
Bears receiver Chase Clayool is nearing a return after missing two games with a knee injury. Claypool returned to practice Thursday and is optimistic that he could be ready for Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions.
Two weeks after being carted off the field and transported to a hospital with a neck injury, Bears right guard Teven Jenkins expects to play Sunday against Detroit. Jenkins noted that his injury could've been much worse.
With injuries decimating the receiver position, Justin Fields and the Bears have had to go deeper and deeper down the depth chart to find receivers. Fields called it a "learning opportunity" for himself and the receivers.