Aldon Smith


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.


The expectation at the outset of the 2015 offseason that new Bears general manager Ryan Pace and coach John Fox would eventually target one of a strong class of edge pass rushers early in this yea


When the Bears brought in Vic Fangio as defensive coordinator, they brought in a highly successful architect of a 3-4 scheme.


The decision on what the Bears will do with the No. 7 pick of this year’s draft will end up in the hands of general manager Ryan Pace.


In the Bears’ 29 previous drafts since winning Super Bowl XX, they’ve had just six Top 10 picks. They’ve batted just .500 in those rare opportunities if you call Curtis Conway (No.