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Cavs fan Mitchell Trubisky tries to accept LeBron’s decision

Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky grew up in Ohio, and he’s been a fan of the Cavaliers. He’s now dealing with the second departure of LeBron James from Cleveland. “Yeah, it’s tough. It’s tough,” Trubisky said Monday at a football camp, via the Chicago Tribune. “The city of Cleveland, the Cavaliers took a hit yesterday. Not [more]

Jay Cutler says he’s “probably” retired but not 100 percent

Jay Cutler announced his retirement and took a job as a FOX announcer last year, then changed his mind and signed a one-year contract with the Dolphins. Now everyone seems to be assuming Cutler is definitely retired, but Cutler says it’s not a certainty. In a clip for his wife’s reality TV show, Cutler is [more]

Mitchell Trubisky hopes experience of last season pays dividends this season

Deshaun Watson and Patrick Mahomes have gotten most of the press this offseason as they head into their second seasons. But of the three quarterbacks drafted in the first round in 2017, Mitchell Trubisky was the highest drafted. The second overall pick played 724 snaps in 12 starts, won four games and threw 330 passes. [more]

Chase Daniel is impressed with Mitchell Trubisky

Chase Daniel has seen a thing or two during his NFL career, backing up franchise quarterbacks like Drew Brees and Alex Smith. Now with the Bears, Chase Daniel likes what he has seen so far from Mitchell Trubisky. “To be able to see him grow in the offense, even in just eight weeks, has been [more]

Tarik Cohen has been at “every position” in Matt Nagy’s offense

When Matt Nagy was first hired as the new head coach of the Bears, running back Tarik Cohen said he thought he could play a similar role on offense to the one Tyreek Hill played while Nagy was the offensive coordinator in Kansas City. That role has seen Hill used in multiple ways after lining [more]

Bears to swap practice fields with local high school for a day

The Bears are swapping practice fields with a high school team in August. According to Rick Kambic of the Chicago Tribune, the Bears will practice at Vernon Hills High School on Aug. 22, and let the Cougars football team use their facility to practice earlier that same day. “Kids will be able to walk from [more]

Training camp reporting dates for all 32 teams

The end of offseason programs around the league last week have all 32 teams looking forward to training camp and the start of the push to the regular season. All 32 teams have now announced the reporting dates for training camp. Many teams will have their rookies report ahead of their veterans and all teams [more]

Bears bring back orange jerseys for 2018

The Color Rush uniforms are (generally) dead, but the Bears are opting for a rush of color in their alternate jersey. Yes, the blaze orange hunting jerseys are back. The team last wore the jerseys in 2011. They also used them in 2005 through 2009. For 2018, the orange jerseys will be worn during the Week [more]

Mitchell Trubisky prepares for his first year as the clear-cut starter

The NFC North has three great quarterbacks, and a fourth one who may be on his way. Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky could soon join Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, and Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins as short-list franchise guys. To get there, Trubisky will need to master an offense designed by new coach [more]

Tarik Cohen buys new gym equipment for school hit by tornado

Bears running back Tarik Cohen stepped up for some kids who needed it near his hometown. Hampton Elementary School in Greensboro, North Carolina, was severely damaged by a tornado in April. Cohen, who grew up in the area and went to college in Greensboro at North Carolina A&T, showed up at the school with brand [more]

Bears chairman: Players should stand, but we should “listen to each other”

Bears Chairman George McCaskey stuck to the party line, saying he agreed with the NFL’s policy that all players on the field should stand for the national anthem. But he also clearly has been listening to the concerns of players (and/or reading Malcolm Jenkins‘ signs) that the original intent of players who took a knee [more]

Leonard Floyd will be 100 percent when the Bears open training camp

Bears linebacker Leonard Floyd‘s has had more than his share of injuries in his first two seasons, but he’ll be ready to go when training camp starts. “I feel great,” Floyd said. “I’ve been up here the whole offseason, working hard, trying to get back in shape, trying to get my leg right so I [more]

Bears make roster moves, including signing Josh Woods

The Bears made official the signing of linebacker Kasim Edebali, which was reported earlier Thursday. They also signed linebacker Josh Woods. Chicago waived defensive back Tyrin Holloway and wide receiver Shaq Roland in corresponding moves. Woods tried out during the Bears’ three-day minicamp this week. The Maryland product started nine games at safety last season, [more]

Bears sign Kasim Edebali

Linebacker Kasim Edebali spent time with four different teams during the 2017 season and he’s now landed a job for the first time in 2018. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Edebali has signed with the Bears. The move reunites Edebali with Bears General Manager Ryan Pace, who was in the Saints organization when [more]

Which NFL rivalries are the best?

With the Subway Series returning this weekend, Thursday’s PFT Live draft pondered the best rivalries in all of football. (Yes, the Red Sox-Yankees rivalry carries much more weight than the Mets-Yankees rivalry, but work with me on this.) As usual, Chris Simms and I went back and forth for multiple rounds, Stats picked a winner, [more]

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