For the first time in a decade or longer, the Bears have one of the most talented rosters in the NFL.
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If the Bears don’t spend the 87th overall pick on a running back — and this author expects they will, regardless of Ryan Pace downplaying the possibility Tuesday — they could use it to address their other backfield, where the only 2018 starters not n…
With the 87th, 126th, 162nd, 222nd and 238th picks in this year’s draft, the Bears will be hoping that among the best players available in each spot there might be a running back or tight end.
We've made it. Round 1 of the 2019 NFL Draft is here.Let's get right to it, with five key questions …
The Packers have two first-round selections — No. 12 and No. 30 — on Thursday night.
In addition to playing music (at a relatively low volume) inside the Don Hutson Center throughout practice — instead of merely during water breaks — LaFleur has encouraged his players to enjoy their jobs as much as they can.
Guards Michael Deiter and Beau Benzschawel and tackle David Edwards could come off the board during the middle rounds of this week's NFL Draft.
AMES — Iowa State football fans know the drill by now. Every story, article or podcast that’s about Iowa State players and the NFL Draft has to mention Iowa State’s draft drought.
Spears says: Let’s reward the defending Super Bowl champions with possibly the biggest playmaker in the draft. The Patriots have holes on offense, most notably on the offensive line and tight end. Replacing Rob Gronkowski is nearly impossible, but the Patriots patched that gap by adding Austin Seferian-Jenkins. Tom Brady is about to go from throwing to a Wildcat, to playing catch with a Sun Devil. Hopefully Harry doesn’t use the Lombardi Trophy as a baseball bat like Gronkowski.