The Bears made an earth-shaking move at the quarterback position on Tuesday, but it wasn’t quite the tremor that many were hoping for.
Bears general manager Ryan Pace says he has a plan in place to fix the quarterback position this offseason.
The Bears fell to the New Orleans Saints, 21-9, in the first round of the 2020 playoffs. Could big change within the organization be coming?
Some Bears critics may gripe about money or age, but general manager Ryan Pace upgraded two positions via free agency.
Bears thoughts following general manager Ryan Pace and head coach Matt Nagy's press conference to recap the disappointing 2019 season.
There have been plenty of issues the Chicago Bears have faced in 2019. But who or what deserves the most blame for their struggles?
The Bears should attend the Colin Kaepernick workout because their QB position isn't right. GM Ryan Pace should leave no stone unturned until it's fixed.
The Bears recorded just 9 yards of first-half offense in a 22-14 loss to the Eagles, as the Bears' 2019 regression hit a new low.
Any Bears fans holding out hope that the team is still inside a “Super Bowl window” just might have jumped off that bandwagon on Sunday.
I wrote a piece on Thursday identifying 5 needs the Bears could address with their five picks in the 2019 NFL Draft. The positions I targeted were running back, outside linebacker, safety, offensive line and cornerback. With the Bears trading Jordan Howard to the Eagles this offseason, running back felt like the most pressing hole to fill.