The Bears are hoping this week’s changes to the starting O-line will be the solution to the OL problems they have been struggling with for years.
After missing most or all of their rookie seasons, several high-profile second-year pros could make major contributions in Year Two.
Bears head coach Lovie Smith, who met with the media Thursday at the Combine, knows the stakes heading into next season.
Bears rookie WR Dane Sanzenbacher ended his streak of six games without a catch Sunday vs. the Seahawks.
Bears rookie OT Gabe Carimi will reportedly undergo surgery on his right knee that will require about four months to rehabilitate.
The Bears announced Friday that they have placed rookie OT Gabe Carimi on injured reserve with a knee injury.
Chris Williams' season-ending injury leads to the latest in the steady flow of lineup changes that O-line coach Mike Tice has managed well since the start of last season.
PFW associate editor Dan Parr gives his stock analysis of the Bears and identifies who, or what, is on the rise or decline following their Week Nine win over the Eagles.
The Bears' only rookie starter in Week Nine, FS Chris Conte, made four tackles in his third-straight start.
Offensive line coach Mike Tice has helped his unit weather a rough start to the season, and things should improve whenever rookie ORT Gabe Carimi returns from injury.
Undrafted rookie WR Dane Sanzenbacher was one of Jay Cutler's top targets again in Week Five.
The biggest contribution from a Bears rookie in Week Three came from an undrafted one — WR Dane Sanzenbacher.
With Gabe Carimi out for at least a few weeks recovering from a knee injury, the Bears are giving Frank Omiyale the first shot to fill in at right tackle.
Week Two was a painful one for the Bears' first-round pick, ORT Gabe Carimi.
Mike Martz might be tempted to air the ball out in Week Three, considering the Packers have allowed more than 400 yards passing in each of their first two games.