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Top 5 Outside Linebackers The Chicago Bears Should Target In...

In Part 3 of our series, we looked at the top 5 inside linebackers the Chicago Bears should target in the 2014 NFL draft.  Now, in part 4, we’ll take a look at a position with major question marks for the team — outside linebacker. It’s already been announced that Shea McClellin will make the questionable […]Top 5 Outside Linebackers The Chicago Bears Should Target In The Draft - Bear Goggles On - Bear Goggles On - A Chicago Bears Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

The Bears Den: March 07, 2014 - Chicago Bears offseason news...

Hester's departure the end of an era - Larry Mayer: The Bears thanked Devin Hester for eight great seasons while informing the 31-year-old record-breaking return specialist that he will not be re-signed by the team. Bears’ 2014 free agency primer - Dan Durkin: The Bears currently have about $6.9 million in cap space, but more can be created. Follow WCG on Twitter; like us on Facebook (& click on 'Subscribed to'). Check out David "OSS" Taylor's CheekyMonkeyArt prints and t-shirts. De(vi)n p

Bears let Hester go, but what about Tillman?

With Chicago Bears kickoff return specialist Devin Hester gone, will the Bears be able to sign star cornerback Charles Tillman? Mike North sure hopes so.

Bears GM Emery must decide if Melton is worth the risk

Is Henry Melton still Henry Melton? That’s arguably the most intriguing question general manager Phil Emery will have to answer in free agency. Melton, a Pro Bowl defensive tackle in 2012, is coming off ACL surgery on his left knee that limited him to three games last season. Free-agency decisions more often are about known commodities, and Melton is anything but. His three games in 2013 were unremarkable, though his actual impact at his position in the Bears’ defense is difficult to define. His

Devin Hester saddened by end to illustrious Bears career

Devin Hester and the Bears said their public farewells Thursday, one day after the kick returner admitted he wasn’t in the team’s plans with free agency approaching. Not that it was easy: Hester tweeted that he watched a YouTube highlight reel of his returns from his early Bears years, which made him “almost cry.” “I can’t believe the Bears not re-signing me,” he wrote. In a statement, the Bears said they told Hester they would not retain him when free agency begins Tuesday. General manager Phil

TELANDER: Classy Hester expresses warmth as he bids farewell...

Devin Hester is going out in a nice way. Leaving town, that is. He likely isn’t done with football, but he’s done here. The famed kick returner’s farewell to Chicago was a guaranteed thing — you don’t pay old specialists $2.1 million a year when you have an entire defense to rebuild — but the way he would say goodbye wasn’t. He must have learned from Brian Urlacher’s testy exit a year ago. “I know that Chicago wants to go a different route,’’ Hester said Wednesday on NFL Network. ‘‘All I can say

Bears’ Emery must decide if Melton is worth the risk

Is Henry Melton still Henry Melton? That’s arguably the most intriguing question general manager Phil Emery will have to answer in free agency. Melton, a Pro Bowl defensive tackle in 2012, is coming off ACL surgery on his left knee that limited him to three games last season. Free-agency decisions more often are about known commodities, and Melton is anything but. His three games in 2013 were unremarkable, though his actual impact at his position in the Bears’ defense is difficult to define. His

Martellus Bennett gives Bears an ‘in’ with free-agent brother...

Martellus Bennett turns 27 on Monday, but the tight end probably wouldn’t mind his birthday gift coming a day late, when his brother, the Seattle Seahawks’ star defensive lineman, officially becomes a free agent. The Bears will have a chance to give the Black Unicorn his reunion wish: Sources told the Sun-Times on Thursday that Michael Bennett will reach the free-agent market rather than sign this week with the Seahawks. The Bears will be among his suitors when the agent negotiating period begin

Devin Hester leans toward reunion with Lovie

Devin Hester and the Bears said their public farewells Thursday, one day after the kick returner admitted he wasn’t in the team’s plans with free agency approaching. Not that it was easy: Hester tweeted that he watched a YouTube highlight reel of his returns from his early Bears years, which made him “almost cry.” “I can’t believe the Bears not re-signing me,” he wrote. In a statement, the Bears said they told Hester they would not retain him when free agency begins Tuesday. General manager Phil

To keep or not to keep, that is the question

The Bears have a lot of decisions to make on their own free agents before the market opens next Tuesday. So we take a quick look at the pros and cons of re-signing each Bears player who will be eligible for free agency. Today, defense.

Bears sign DE Scott

The Bears signed six-year veteran, free-agent defensive end Trevor Scott to a one-year contract on Thursday.

Chicago Bears sign defensive end Trevor Scott

The Chicago Bears have signed veteran defensive end Trevor Scott in a move that absolutely no one was anticipating. Larry Mayer informs the world: LM: #Bears have signed DE Trevor Scott to 1-year contract. Scott has played 76 games in 6 seasons with Raiders, Patriots and Bucs. — Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) March 6, 2014 Trevor Scott was drafted in the 6th round by Al Davis and the Raiders in 2008. He suffered an ACL injury in 2010, and has 2 starts in the last three years. He played his co

Bears Cannot Overpay to Fix Defense

Free agency is just days away.  For many teams, it’s an annual right of spring to dream of quick fix free agents to solve their teams’ problems and pave the way to a Super Bowl.  That’s certainly what the Bears had in mind when they signed Julius Peppers to a monster $84 million deal back […]Bears Cannot Overpay to Fix Defense - Bear Goggles On - Bear Goggles On - A Chicago Bears Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Mocking The Mocks: Whom CBSSports.com thinks the Chicago Bears...

It's 2014 Mock Draft time! This is the time of year when everyone speculates on which player will go where. We'll do our best to pick out a few reputable mock draft sites, feature their Chicago Bears selection, then ask you to tell us how they did. Today we'll return to the Mock Drafters from CBSSports.com. About three weeks ago we spotlighted the Mock Draft from the three mock drafters of CBSSports.com. What made their take so interesting was all three mockers had the Chicago Bears taking so

NFL Draft: Pro Days (TAMU, WIS, NMST, MSST, ARK)

Day 3 of pro day season is in the books. Here is my recap: Texas A&M (part 1) Most of A&M’s draft eligible players are working out on March 27th, but for some reason T Jake Matthews had his individual pro day yesterday. His workout was considered solid and he also met with the Rams […]NFL Draft: Pro Days (TAMU, WIS, NMST, MSST, ARK) - Bear Goggles On - Bear Goggles On - A Chicago Bears Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Bears make it official and cut Hester loose

The Bears waived goodbye to record-setting return specialist Devin Hester in a news release Thursday morning, just hours after the eight-year veteran said farewell via social media. Hester's 18 combined kick-return touchdowns are the most in NFL history.

Devin Hester's Super Bowl kickoff return for a touchdown

Is there any other Hester memory that is better than this? Devin Hester played out his final contract in Chicago, and while he will not be re-signed to a new deal, we can sit back and remember what was possibly his greatest moment as a Chicago Bear. Hester was a rookie in 2006, and after the magical season that saw Chicago playing against Peyton Manning and the Colts in Super Bowl XLI, Bears fans across the world collectively held their breath during the opening kickoff. There are many memories

The Bears Den: March 06, 2014 - Chicago Bears offseason news...

Despite leading the Bears in tackles last season, James Anderson is not expected back with the team. Bears release Adam Podlesh - Larry Mayer: The Bears will have a new punter in 2014 after terminating the contract Wednesday of veteran Adam Podlesh. Michael C. Wright: $800k dead money remains. Bears retain Ratliff - Larry Mayer: The Bears agreed to terms with veteran DT Jeremiah Ratliff Wednesday on a two-year contract, the 10th of their own free agents they have re-signed.  Wiederer & Biggs:

Hester says Bears will not re-sign him

Record-setting returner Devin Hester said Wednesday he will not be back with the Bears next season. "From my knowledge, I know that Chicago wants to go a different route with me," Hester told the NFL Network. "All I can say is thanks to the fans for their support. They've always been great to me. Always been loyal. I couldn't have played for a better city than those guys. At the end of my career, I do want to retire as a member of the Bears."

Chicago Bears sign DT Jeremiah Ratliff to a 2-yr deal

The Bears finally have a 2nd DT under contract. Whew! The Bears announced today that they have resigned DT Jeremiah (formerly Jay) Ratliff to a 2-yr deal. The financial details haven’t been disclosed yet, but it will be interesting to see what the market price is for a 32-year-old DT with a solid resume. In his prime, […]Chicago Bears sign DT Jeremiah Ratliff to a 2-yr deal - Bear Goggles On - Bear Goggles On - A Chicago Bears Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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