From franchises that will tear it all down to those that just need a few tweaks, here are the offseason priorities for every team no longer playing.
The Bills could be back, but how many more chances at a second Super Bowl will Aaron Rodgers get? NFL Nation sorts through the issues facing those ousted from the playoffs.
The Bears promoted safeties coach Sean Desai to defensive coordinator, the team announced Friday.
Quarterback once again is the Bears' biggest offseason need -- what else is new?
Chiney and Golic Jr. are joined by former center for the San Diego Chargers Nick Hardwick to discuss Philip Rivers' career before talking which NFL team needs a fresh start.
Casey Urlacher, the brother of Bears Hall of Famer Brian Urlacher, has been pardoned of federal charges that he recruited for a multimillion-dollar illegal offshore gambling ring,
Bears DE Mario Edwards Jr., who is no longer under contract and will be a free agent in March, has been suspended without pay for the first two games of the 2021 regular season for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances.
While management paints a rosy picture of the state of the Bears, several critical questions still remain heading into the offseason.
Bears general manager Ryan Pace said that everything is on the table when it comes to the quarterback position for next season.
The Bears will keep coach Matt Nagy and GM Ryan Pace for the 2021 season, but veteran defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano has retired after two years with the team.
Cleveland stunned Pittsburgh. Russell Wilson didn't look like himself. And where did Taylor Heinicke come from? Bill Barnwell explains.
(Sara Ziegler, sports editor): The Buffalo Bills and Cleveland Browns each won their first playoff games since the 1990s, Lamar Jackson put an end to...
Breaking news; Eagles have fired Doug Pederson. Ryan Clark comes on to review the weekend's NFL Playoff action. Former Buckeye, Eddie George, talks National Championship Game. Debate on if Deshawn Watson will be a Texan next season.
Time to give the people what they want… Jalen & Jacoby discuss the Browns' big win in Pittsburgh, Lamar Jackson running all over Titans and Jacoby’s Bills keep winning, Tom Brady balling out in Washington and Kevin Durant defending Kyrie Irving's mysterious absence. Plus, Alabama-Ohio State predictions!!!
Even for those who weren't in the target demographic, the Nick broadcast -- The slime! The SpongeBob! The memes! -- was one of the most fun viewing experiences of the year.
A last-second touchdown by the Bears gave underdog players some hope Sunday, but Chicago did not attempt a conversion, costing many a win or a push at the window.
In the moments following the season-ending loss to the New Orleans Saints, Mitchell Trubisky spoke about his potential future with the Chicago Bears, and how he feels that together, they have "unfinished business."
The Bears lost wide receiver Anthony Miller during Sunday's playoff loss to the Saints when he was ejected in the third quarter for taking a shot at New Orleans defensive back C.J. Gardner-Johnson after the whistle.
— Drew Brees will get to celebrate his 42nd birthday by preparing for a playoff game that will also feature the one active NFL quarterback older than him.
Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer
On the Saints wild-card win over the Bears. 1. Drew Brees made the throws on 3rd downs. Attacked voids in zone coverage. Challenged tight windows at the sticks. Seeing it, ball out with speed. 2. No juice with this Bears offense. Couldn't create movement up front. Pass game has limitations with Mitchell Trubisky in dropback situations. 3. Aggressive coverage/fronts from the Saints defense. 2-Man on 3rd downs. Closed the throwing windows. Took away schemed verticals.
After scrambling around, Drew Brees does a little 'pop-a-shot' pass to Latavius Murray for the score.
Thomas played in seven games this season because of a nagging ankle injury that he suffered in Week 1.
Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer
Chicago Bears inactives vs. the New Orleans Saints: WR Darnell Mooney, CB Buster Skrine, CB Jaylon Johnson, ILB Roquan Smith, OL Lachavious Simmons, NT Daniel McCullers and OLB Trevis Gipson.