Brian de la Puente


In the final edition of a three-part series, takes a look at the Bears offensive line heading into training camp.


The intended position of Kyle Long is one of the leading storylines of the 2015 offseason. A possible position change for a two-time Pro Bowl guard is, by definition, news.


The Bears have 18 players who are slated to become unrestricted free agents on March 10.


After grading out as one of the NFL's top units in 2013, the Bears' offensive line was somewhat of a disaster in 2014.


Jordan Mills, out since the Green Bay game with a rib strain, is expected to be back at right tackle for the Detroit Lions game on Thursday.