The constant around-Chicago question of the past week - “So, whaddya think of the Bears’ draft?” – starts getting a meaningful answer on Friday with the advent of the rookie minicamp at Halas Hall
Neither coach John Fox nor GM Ryan Pace has said anything definitive about where Kyle Long will play in 2015, beyond that the two-time Pro Bowl guard has the skills to play either tackle or guard.
About this time last year Jordan Mills was an unqualified success story, a fifth-round draft choice out of a small school and winning the job as the Bears starting right tackle in training camp.
Right tackle Jordan Mills had arguably his worst game in the NFL last Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons, with three pre-snap penalties and a sack allowed.
Jay Cutler is working on a stretch of 84 consecutive passes without an interception, one of the longest runs of his career.