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From Albert Haynesworth to Josh Norman, here are 10 examples of how the tag has proved either beneficial or detrimental for teams and players.
The Bears' decision not to tag Alshon Jeffery doesn't make sense for a roster that already has its share of gaping holes.
Another downfield target to watch
A source confirmed to ESPN that the Bears don't intend to franchise WR Alshon Jeffery, adding the sought-after veteran to a growing list of star receivers expected to be available when free agency begins March 9.
The Patriots are expected to field offers from multiple teams for their sought-after backup. What should the Bears give up for Garoppolo's services?
A source confirmed to ESPN that the Bears do not intend to apply the franchise tag to WR Alshon Jeffery this season like they did in 2016. He will reach free agency.
Here's a look at some prospects the Bears should have their eye on at the NFL combine.
John Clayton talks with former Oklahoma RB Joe Mixon about how he has changed his ways plus news with John Keim in WAS and Jeff Dickerson in CHI
Alshon Jeffery is the best wide receiver on the free-agent market -- unless the Bears franchise him again.
The Bears are doing the right thing by shopping Jay Cutler, but don't be surprised if a lack of interest leads to his release.
It seems Jay Cutler is on his way out of Chicago. His friend Josh McCown says the veteran QB can still play, but "finding the right people" is key.
As the NBA trade deadline passes, we look back at the best trades in NFL history. Which is the best of all time?
Bomani thinks Jay Cutler can be good for a year on a few teams and thinks he should be on the move.
The guys aren't convinced Magic Johnson will lead the Lakers to glory; Kanell asks Russillo five NBA trade deadline questions, plus they rate stuff.
ESPN NFL analyst Jeff Saturday shares his thoughts on teams that could use Jay Cutler, Brock Osweiler's departure for the Texans and what it's like to be a backup quarterback.
The guys are surprised so many people approve of Magic Johnson taking over the Lakers, plus they chat with Mike Sando about where certain NFL quarterbacks will end up.
Kanell asks Russillo five NBA deadline questions, Jeff Saturday stops by, Boogie Cousins is introduced as a Pelican and we play overrated, underrated or properly rated.
The guys are surprised so many people think Magic Johnson is a can't-miss hire for the Lakers, plus who wants Jay Cutler, Amin Elhassan and whether MLB rule changes matter.
The NFL's quarterback carousel is just starting to get going, but it's never too early to peer into our crystal ball. The Bears need offensive weapons -- a goal the multidimensional Taylor meets.
John Fox filled the remaining three spots on his coaching staff with a mix of new faces and coaches who've been with him before.
ESPN's Mike Sando and John Clayton made a number of interesting predictions about the quarterback carousel Wednesday. Which will most likely happen? Vote now.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
I've confirmed Tennessee wide receivers coach Zach Azzanni is leaving for the same position with the Chicago Bears. Rivals.com first reported the move. Azzanni had been one of two holdovers from Butch Jones' first staff at Tennessee.
|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|