There are no unimportant positions on a football field, regardless of unit. One – quarterback – may be more important, but a glaring weakness elsewhere on offense can compromise that individual.
In the second of a three-part series, CSNChicago.com looks at where the critical 3-4 position of nose tackle has been this offseason and where it might be g
During the owners meetings this Spring in Arizona, John Fox was asked how long it would take to turn around a Bears defense that was historically bad for the past two years.
When the Bears signed former San Francisco 49er Ray McDonald, concurrent with adding Jarvis Jenkins from the Washington Redskins last March, the Bears appeared to have set in place two-thirds of t
During this year’s Scouting Combine, Bears GM Ryan Pace said that his early assessment of the roster was that the Bears had two players capable of anchoring the middle of the coming 3-4 defense.