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NFL announces ticket options for 2015 NFL Draft in Chicago

Want to go to the 2015 NFL Draft in Chicago? Well the NFL is giving you the chance to do that for free. At the annual owners meetings in Phoenix, the NFL announced today that fans can register to win two free tickets to the April's draft in Chicago. Fans must register at NFL.com/DraftTown to win the free tickets according to the league. The winners will be selected randomly and notified by email that they h ...

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A look at how the Chicago Bears can replace Brandon Marshall

It's been a few weeks since the Chicago Bears have traded wide receiver Brandon Marshall to the New York Jets. Now with time passing, there are a few question marks on how the Bears can replace Marshall's production. With Marshall gone, in steps Alshon Jeffery to take over the number one receiver spot in Chicago. In three seasons with the Bears, Jeffery has 198 receptions for 2,921 yards and 20 touchdowns. ...

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Chicago Bears release offseason schedule

The NFL offseason officially kicks off next week with the Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. Head coach John Fox and General Manager Ryan Pace will both be on hand as the team scouts options for the 7th pick in the NFL Draft. On Tuesday, the Bears released the offseason schedule which includes a voluntary veteran minicamp which will be held just two days before the NFL Draft. The Bears are permitted to hold ...

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2015 NFL Draft in Chicago April 30-May 2

The NFL has announced its 2015 calendar for the off-season, wrapping up key dates for next season. One of those events announced was the dates for the 2015 NFL Draft to be held in Chicago. The league announced that the Draft will be held April 30 through May 2 in Chicago. The first round will be being Thursday April 30th, following the same format the league adopted a few years ago. https://twitter.com/Pete ...

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Bears NFL Mock Draft: Landon Collins a fit in Chicago?

In our first mock 2015 NFL Draft of the year we explore the options for the Chicago Bears, who are currently holding the #9 pick in the draft. With the popular opinion of trading Jay Cutler and drafting a quarterback in the first round is just not reasonable, the Bears should look to fill their defensive needs first. And those defensive needs are a lot. Looking ahead to next season, the Bears will likely ne ...

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The Bears Defensive Big Board

These rankings are specific to the Bears and I tried to take in to account, need, system, value and risk when compiling them. Run the Pick Up 1. DE Jadaveon Clowney [South Carolina]   I am sure concerns about Clowney's attitude are real and that he comes off as not working hard because he won the genetic lottery, but he is a rare talent. Clowney will not be anywhere near where the Bears are picking so there ...

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The Phil Emery Draft Checklist

Phil Emery Draft Checklist   1. Athletic   He has shown that he values athletic ability more than anything and with the amount that he talks about his athletic index it gives credence to its importance in his evaluation process. His draft picks have been mostly guys who have shown athletic ability on the field and in the offseason testing process.    Emery's histroy as a strength and conditioning coach seem ...

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A Bears Draft Defensive Big Board

Run the Card Up/Trade Up   1. DE/OLB Khalil Mack [Buffalo] 6'3" 251lbs., 4.65 [40], 23 reps, 40" vertical   Mack could be the best defensive player in this draft as his physical tools are off the charts. Add that to top level intangibles and work ethic and you have a potential star.   2. DE Jadeveon Clowney [South Carolina] 6'5" 274lbs., 4.53 [40]. 21 reps, 37" vertical   I rank him lower because I do not l ...

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Like it or not: The Bears are addressing their needs

The 2013 offseason has been a very critical one for the Chicago Bears.  While the NFC North looks to be getting tougher by the year, each offseason move is important for the franchise. The offseason started with the firing of head coach Lovie Smith after nine seasons with the Bears. It continued with the team discovering the key needs on both offense and defense, and featured a little bit of criticism with ...

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