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Bears WRs coach predicts big growth from Riley Ridley in 2020
Quarterback isn't the only question mark for the Bears' offense. The receiver depth chart is another aspect that must be shaken out during training camp. The man who WRs coach Mike Furrey sees making a big leap in 2020? Riley Ridley.
Roundup: Bears cut Taylor Gabriel, Prince Amukamara
The Bears entered Friday with little cap space for 2020. They added a fair amount by releasing wide receiver Taylor Gabriel and cornerback Prince Amukamara.
What we learned from Sunday's Week 17 games
Carson Wentz led Philadelphia to a division title, Derrick Henry ran the Titans into the postseason and Miami knocked the Patriots out of a first-round bye. Here's what we learned from Week 17.
Rank's 11 Week 6 sleepers: Great matchup for Murray
Don't be afraid to start rookie QB Kyler Murray this weekend with a plus-matchup against a less-than-stellar Falcons defense. Adam Rank has his 11 fantasy sleepers for Week 6.
Injury roundup: Colts' T.Y. Hilton expected to play
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton is expected to play against the Chiefs on Sunday night, according to Ian Rapoport. Plus other injuries we're monitoring ahead of the Week 5 games.
Roundup: Jets QB Sam Darnold cleared to do cardio
New York Jets QB Sam Darnold has not been medically cleared yet but can begin doing cardio, coach Adam Gase told reporters Monday. Plus, other injuries we're tracking around the league.
Bears tight end Trey Burton ruled out vs. Packers
Trey Burton won't suit up in the Chicago Bears' season opener versus the Green Bay Packers, as the tight end was officially announced as inactive Thursday night.
Nagy: Mitch Trubisky 'way past' 2018 in reading Ds
Mitchell Trubisky struggled at times last season reading defenses but head coach Matt Nagy believes the Chicago Bears quarterback has improved greatly in that area.
Bears' Tarik Cohen doesn't expect role change in 2019
The Bears' RB room is markedly different now that Jordan Howard is with the Eagles. Chicago's third-year back Tarik Cohen doesn't believe the personnel changes will greatly impact how he's used, however.
State of the Franchise: Matt Nagy's Bears eager to build off 2018
The Bears are back! A year after the team reclaimed the NFC North, Adam Rank summarizes how the Bears got here and writes why Mitchell Trubisky and Co. have what it takes to take the next step in 2019.