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 Two loss to the Saints.
Bears ORT Gabe Carimi suffered a dislocated right knee in Sunday's loss to the Saints and could miss up to a month.
In this week's Five Questions, PFW publisher and editor and Bears expert Hub Arkush gives his take on Jay Cutler's decision making.
Six of the nine rookies on the Bears' roster played in Week One, and the lone starter in the group, ORT Gabe Carimi, struggled at times in his debut.
Chicago's offensive tackles — J'Marcus Webb and Gabe Carimi — will face a very different style of defense, one that could be blitzing more often than not, in Week Two.
Containing Falcons DEs John Abraham and Ray Edwards will be a tough test for the Bears' young offensive tackles.
PFW associate editor Dan Parr asks and answers five key questions for the Bears as they head into the 2011 season.
The Bears agreed to terms with first-round OT Gabe Carimi on Friday, ensuring all five of their draft picks will be under contract for the first training-camp practice.
PFW associate editor Dan Parr ranks the five Bears players most affected by the lockout, counting down from No. 5.
If there is going to be a full season in 2011, the Bears will likely have to work quickly to unscramble the situation on their offensive line.
The Bears were able to land the offensive lineman they coveted in the draft, but the O-line could still be leaving Jay Cutler in harm's way far too often.
Because of the ongoing NFL lockout, former Wisconsin QB Scott Tolzien, who was undrafted, cannot speak to NFL teams about joining them for the 2011 season.
While the lockout is back on, the Bears welcomed one player into their facility Saturday.
Pro Football Weekly draft expert Nolan Nawrocki gives his scouting report on Bears first-round pick Gabe Carimi.