Bears running back Jordan Howard and Lions offensive tackle Taylor Decker made the biggest impact among rookies in the NFC North.
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Time for Chicago to draft a quarterback?
If this is indeed the end of Jay Cutler's time in Chicago, QB will immediately jump to the top of the Bears' priority list. That could mean they'll take one with the third overall pick. Biggest draft need
The Bears ranked toward the bottom of the league in interceptions last season, so adding a playmaker in the secondary is a must.
Deshaun Watson helped his draft stock with his title-game performance, and the Bears need a QB. Is Watson a reach at No. 3?
Jordan Howard set a new Bears single-season rookie rushing record with 1,313 yards and six touchdowns.
Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer
NFL Hall of Famer Richard Dent was lost until his gap wedge showed up in the mail. It was mistakenly put in the wrong golf bag before his trip here but is safe and sound back in his hands now. Yes I had to cut the video short... because the smack talk between Dent and Marcus Allen started getting thick!!
Revisiting the Bears' 2016 offseason
Mike Sando initially gave the Bears a B grade for their offseason moves. And while record-setting rookie RB Jordan Howard was fantastic, it wasn't enough to merit much of a different grade at season's end. Re-grading offseasons (Insider)
The Bears are confident that Danny Trevathan will make a full recovery from the torn patellar tendon in his right knee, but they're not sure when.
The Bears need help at the wide receiver position and will kick the tires on Rueben Randle.
George McCaskey has presided over the firing and hiring of three different head coaches and GMs, but he's committed to John Fox and Ryan Pace.
Both the Jets and Bears figure to have new QBs in 2017 and plenty of other changes as they start over after disappointing seasons. Which other teams will look different next year?
Pernell McPhee has played in only 23 games -- collecting nearly $16 million -- over two seasons, but GM Ryan Pace says the McPhee deal will pay off.
Mike Sando ESPN Senior Writer
The Texans averaged 1.44 offensive TDs per game this season, which tied the Rams for last in the NFL. That is the lowest figure for a team with a winning record since the 2005 Bears went 11-5 while averaging 1.38 per game.
CB Kyle Fuller's slow recovery from (for football) routine surgery doesn't mesh with coach John Fox's view that availability is as crucial as ability.
Pair of Bears makes Kiper's All-Rookie team
Despite 1,313 yards and six TDs, Jordan Howard missed the cut because of Ezekiel Elliott's brilliance. That said, Chicago's top two picks made Mel Kiper's list after strong debut campaigns. All-Rookie team (Insider)
Bears GM Ryan Pace firmly believes Kevin White can return to the form that led Chicago to make him a first-round pick in the 2015 draft.
There had been speculation the Bears would create a new role above GM Ryan Pace, but team chairman George McCaskey says that's not going to happen.
Despite rumblings of a rift with Vic Fangio and the less-than-stellar offense of Dowell Loggains, John Fox intends to bring back both coordinators.
The Bears said on Wednesday they embraced Alshon Jeffery's bravado in guaranteeing a Super Bowl win for Chicago.
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is ahead of schedule in his recovery from shoulder surgery, but general manager Ryan Pace wouldn't address his future with the team.
Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer
Bears GM Ryan Pace tells us the club's front office structure is not changing.
|2(25)||Cody Whitehair||OG||Kansas State|
|4(15)||Nick Kwiatkoski||ILB||West Virginia|
|4(26)||Deon Bush||S||Miami (FL)|
|4(29)||Deiondre' Hall||CB||Northern Iowa|
|6(10)||Deandre Houston-Carson||S||William & Mary|
|7(9)||Daniel Braverman||WR||Western Michigan|