Friday May 17
6 Wideouts Who Could Help Chicago Bears' Receivers Situation
The Chicago Bears , this offseason, have seemingly built a complete offense. The starting-caliber players they were missing in the 2012 season were a tight end and a few offensive line positions.
Draft Fallout: Urlacher era is over
Hope was extinguished on that front when Chicago used the 50th overall pick in the second round to select inside linebacker Jon Bostic .
Questions Still Remain for Chicago Bears' Receivers
If the Chicago Bears want to have a true impact in the 2013 season on the league and be regarded as a true threat in the NFC, and potentially a Superbowl contender, then not only will the team as a whole need to evolve, but a wide receiver not named Brandon Marshall , will need to step up.
Wilson eager to join WR competition
A case can be made the Chicago Bears needed to find a vertical target in the draft and while that might not be Marquess Wilson's strong suit, it's hard to ignore the big production he had at Washington State.
Report Card Grades for Bears' Undrafted Free-Agent Signings
Like they did in the draft itself, the Chicago Bears appear to have put a priority on athleticism when signing undrafted free agents, something that could pay off.