The last time the Chicago Bears had a top-five pick in the NFL Draft, they made a colossal mistake with Cedric Benson. But perhaps Jerry Angelo is willing to roll the dice again because team scouts met with one of the truly elite prospects at the NFL Combine in Indy. Who is he? Bear Report has the scoop ...
February 25, 2009
The Chicago Bears have several players currently on their roster that will become unrestricted free agents Feb. 27. Some of them will likely be back, while some of them certainly will not. But if Jerry Angelo could only re-sign one of them, JC knows who it should be. Do you agree?
February 18, 2009
The Chicago Bears played better along the offensive line than most people expected in Week 1, but they still had a problem with depth. So they decided to bring back veteran tackle Fred Miller, who re-signed with the team Wednesday. Get the Inside Slant from the NFL experts at Scout.com.
September 11, 2008
The Chicago Bears said goodbye to Fred Miller after his dreadful performance at right tackle this past season, but they haven't found a replacement yet. However, team officials just scheduled a private workout with a surefire first-round pick in April's NFL Draft. Who is he? We have the latest ...
March 4, 2008
Quarterbacks threw interceptions, tailbacks failed to break big runs, and receivers dropped passes, but poor blocking up front was the biggest problem for the Chicago Bears on offense this past season. Team officials targeted one below-the-radar tackle prospect they like at the NFL Combine. Who is he?
February 27, 2008
Just 24 hours before the start of the NFL Combine, the Chicago Bears are starting to widen their search for fresh players. The experts at Scout.com are reporting that an offensive lineman and a cornerback have been added to the list. Who are they? Ed Thompson has the latest scoop.
February 20, 2008
The Chicago Bears got the ball rolling Monday with the release of Muhsin Muhammad, and they kept it going by cutting Fred Miller and refusing to pick up Darwin Walker's option. The organization saved a lot of money against the 2008 salary cap, although there could be some ramifications down the road.
February 19, 2008
The Chicago Bears had a ridiculous amount of problems offensively this past season, and a lot of them can be attributed to poor blocking up front both running the football and in pass protection. Bear Report takes a look back at 2007 and previews 2008 for the big uglies.
February 11, 2008