With the 2017 NFL Draft just a few days away, let's take a look at what the Chicago Bears might do to improve their team this year.
If the first two picks are used on quarterbacks somehow, then the Chicago Bears could end up with the crown jewel of the 2017 NFL Draft: Myles Garrett.
In Andrew Link's final Chicago Bears mock draft, the Monsters of the Midway draft their quarterback of the future, as well as multiple key defenders.
Everyone knows that quarterback is the most important position in football. However, here's why the Chicago Bears should not pick one at No. 3.
The league schedule for the 2017 NFL season is now public. If 2016 records are any indication, then it will likely be a long year for the Chicago Bears.
The Chicago Bears staff needs a great draft this year to save their jobs. However, unlike in years past, there's only one thing that's certain...nothing.
The Chicago Bears are reportedly "antsy" to trade down from the No. 3 pick. Here are four trade-back options that they could consider on Draft Day.
Bob Sapp, a former Chicago Bears washout, has become one of the most popular foreign celebrities in Japanese culture today.
Rumors are swirling that the Chicago Bears may pick a quarterback with the No. 3 pick. Let's look at the pros and cons of that possibility.
It's no secret that Chicago Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio loves long, athletic cornerbacks. Here are five in the 2017 NFL Draft that fit that mold.
In Andrew Link's fourth Chicago Bears mock draft, he trades back twice in the first round and stockpiles on Day 2 and mid-round selections.
One NFL Draft rumor that appears to be growing stronger by the day is Ole Miss tight end Evan Engram to the Chicago Bears.
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