This is the eighth in a series of position-by-position looks at the Bears' personnel entering the 2011 offseason. The series continues with an analysis of Chicago's DB situation.
When Detroit GM Martin Mayhew signed Stefan Logan off waivers from Pittsburgh in September, it proved to be an astute move, according to NFC North Whispers.
This week, Hub says the Bears' defense has already peaked, but points out that it will look great in its next two games, thanks in part to the opposition.
Chicago's defense, which was ranked third in the league heading into the game, was gashed for 33 points before halftime by New England.
Injuries have kept Bears rookie FS Major Wright from making the kind of progression some expected of him in 2010, but the third-round pick told PFW that he feels like he's getting better each week.
Mental lapses and frequent mistakes have caused Green Bay WR James Jones to lose some snaps to Jordy Nelson, according to NFC North Whispers.
Bears rookie FS Major Wright could be out for up to a month with a hamstring injury, the Chicago Sun-Times is reporting, citing a league source.
Head coach Lovie Smith told reporters Chris Williams and Major Wright are being evaluated on Monday.
Chris Williams wasn't the only Bears player to sustain a hamstring injury Sunday.
The Bears are expected to work rookie Major Wright into the rotation at safety in the early part of the season, and a team observer said it would be no surprise if he moves into the starting lineup soon.
The Bears signed S Major Wright to a four-year contract Friday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
While team sources believe third-round rookie Major Wright won’t automatically walk into training camp as the Bears' starting free safety, word is it’s “a lock” that newly acquired Chris Harris will start the season as the new starting ...