John Mullin


If Lance Briggs was the general manager of the Bears, this offseason would be a breeze.

How would the Pro Bowl linebacker fix a defense that ranked among the NFL's worst last season?


With the offseason and preseason done, revisits its prediction for how the Bears will fare for the 2013 season.


BOURBONNAIS, Ill. – Marc Trestman urged not to make too much out of the changes along the offensive line as of Sunday’s practice.


Brad Biggs over at the Tribune is urging a tapping of the brakes on tackleguard James Brown from Troy as an addition for the Bears via the undrafted route.


Draft status doesnt matter much once your rookie contract is done and you begin your NFL career. But there is something to be said for scoring with No. 1 picks. In the end, talent rules.