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Will Robbie Gould sign his franchise tag in San Francisco? Will he force his way back to the Midwest? Today’s the deadline day" The Bears DenNotesXs and OsSuperfansThe Bear’s Den Chicago Bears T-Shirts , July 15, 2019New,57commentsWill Robbie Gould sign his franchise tag in San Francisco? Will he force his way back to the Midwest? Today’s the deadline dayCDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:The Bear’s Den, July 15, 2019TwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailSan Francisco 49ers kicker Robbie Gould, and former Chicago Bears kicker, throws out a ceremonial first pitch before the game between the Chicago Cubs and the Cincinnati Redsat Wrigley FieldPhoto by Jon Durr/Getty ImagesBEAR DOWN, CHICAGO BEARS, BEAR DOWN!!!!BEARRRSSSSMitch Trubisky named friendliest Bears contract - Bears Wire - When it comes to building a solid roster in the NFL, it’s not always about having the best group of players. It’s about cultivating the best collection of team-friendly contracts.Eurich: Chicago Bears front seven named second-deepest group in NFL - 247Sports - Talent is easy to find when looking at the front seven of the Chicago Bears. From the organization’s three down linemen to their four linebackers, it is hard to find a group more promising than those seven players.Eurich: Analyst suggests Chicago Bears could be a fit for Melvin Gordon - 247Sports - Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon is the latest player in the NFL to demand a trade if he does not get a new contract. ESPN’s Adam Schefter broke the story earlier this week with Gordon planning on sitting out of training camp if he does not get a new deal. That has led many to offer up suggestions of where he might land. Bleacher Report’s Brent Sobleski gave his take on the best fits for Gordon and placed the Chicago Bears in the mix.Eurich: Projected offense for the Chicago Bears before training camp - 247Sports - The Chicago Bears used their five NFL Draft selections in late April to add some key pieces to the roster. The real benefit the organization had going into the draft was no major needs on either side of the ball.Nazario: 5 Reasons why they are Super Bowl contenders - NFL Spin Zone - After a magical 2018 season, the Chicago Bears made tweaks on the roster. As a result, they are true Super Bowl contenders. Here are some reasons why.Schwarz: Eddie Jackson is the best safety in the NFL - Da Windy City - Eddie Jackson has proven to be a steal for Ryan Pace and the Chicago Bears. He might be the best safety in the NFL right now too.Sheldon: Why Trubisky will set single-season passing record - Da Windy City - The Chicago Bears finally feel like they have their franchise quarterback and so it’s time for him to put his stamp on the record books.DeYoung: An Underrated Player From Each NFC North Rival That the Chicago Bears Must Worry About – The Loop Sports - This article is going to go over an underrated player from the Packers, Lions, and Vikings. We usually stick to talking about the Bears at this point in the season, but we feel like it’s important to talk about some of the guys that the Bears will be facing six times next season. Hopefully this…Emma’s Bears Position Preview: Potential For Big Production At Receiver - 670 The Score - Allen Robinson leads an established Bears receiving group.Kenney: Mike Ditka has high expectations for Bears this season - Chicago Sun-Times - A big fan of coach Matt Nagy and quarterback Mitch Trubisky https://www.thebearsfanshop.com/hats , Ditka says the Bears will win the NFC North again.Lincoln: Bears’ Tarik Cohen Reveals Tragic News About His Brother Being Shot - Total Pro Sports - Read “Bears’ Tarik Cohen Reveals Tragic News About His Brother Being Shot” and other NFL articles from Total Pro Sports.Ask Hub Arkush: Who will have a better season: Pat Mahomes or Mitch Trubisky? - Pro Football Weekly - Hub Arkush takes your questionsChamberlain: Only kicker battle prevents Bears from fielding high-level special teams - Bearmaven - Yet another horrible tragedy in a violent society. Tarik is a tough kid and will fight through this…Chamberlain: Bears would welcome another season with good fortune on penalty flags - Bearmaven - Bears led the league in first downs from opposing penalties last season. Can they do it again?NFL Throwback Originals Video: Devin Hester tells the stories behind his 7 rookie return touchdowns - NFL Videos - All-time return specialist Devin Hester relives his 2006 rookie season with the Chicago Bears, in which he had a record seven returns for touchdown, including one in Super Bowl XLI.POLISH SAUSAGECommissioner confirms NFL wants new CBA by start of regular season – ProFootballTalk - It’s been reported, somewhere, that the NFL wants to have a new Collective Bargaining Agreement in place before the start of the 2019 regular season, the NFL’s 100th. Recently, Commissioner Roger Goodell confirmed it.Franchise tag deadline: Clowney, Gould yet to sign - NFL.com - The deadline to sign franchise-tagged players to long-term deals is approaching on Monday, July 15. Will Jadeveon Clowney and Robbie Gould strike gold by then?Jim Caldwell set to take health related leave of absence - Pride Of Detroit - The former Detroit Lions head coach will be stepping back from his role with the Miami Dolphins.KNOW THINE ENEMYPackers & Aaron Rodgers look to improve on money down with Matt LaFleur’s approach - Acme Packing Company - Sacks and throw-aways muddled the marginal success the Packers had on third-and-long last season. 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For the Packers, for example, the notion that the team had record revenues in its most recent fiscal year is balanced by the reality that, as explained by the Associated Press, profits...IN CASE YOU MISSED IT ON WINDY CITY GRIDIRONWiltfong: The good, the bad Chicago Bears Hoodie , and the ugly of Mitchell Trubisky - Windy City Gridiron - We had to spotlight the latest Film Room breakdown from Brett Kollmann as his subject was Chicago Bears’ QB, Mitchell Trubisky.WCG CONTRIBUTORS BEARS PODCASTS & STREAMSWindy City Gridiron Podcast Channel which includes Bear With Me from Robert Schmitz, Bears Over Beers featuring Jeff Berckes & EJ Snyder, and T Formation Conversation from Lester A. Wiltfong Jr.; Steven’s Streaming Twitch Channel from Steven Schweickert; and Robert Zeglinski’s The Blitz NetworkTHE RULESWindy City Gridiron Community Guidelines - SBNation.com - We strive to make our communities open and inclusive to sports fans of all backgrounds. 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Just yesterday we peeked at the mock drafts from ESPN that went all the way through three rounds, but today we have a full seven rounder from CBS Sports’ R.J. White to mock. Not only does White..."Being who you thought we were since 2005!Log In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsBearsOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Latest NewsThe Bears DenNotesXs and OsSuperfansLatest NewsNewsNFL DraftMocking the Mocks: Examining the full 7 round CBS Bears’ mockNew,64commentsCDTShareTweetShareShareMocking the Mocks: Examining the full 7 round CBS Bears’ mockJeff Hanisch-USA TODAY SportsJust yesterday we peeked at the mock drafts from ESPN that went all the way through three rounds, but today we have a full seven rounder from CBS Sports’ R.J. White to mock. Not only does White take his mock to completion https://www.thebearsfanshop.com/James-Daniels-Jersey , but he also includes a bunch of trades as well. Full seven rounders are a fun way to learn about some prospective players that could find their way to the Chicago Bears. After you check out how his mock fell for the Bears, make sure to let us know if this is the direction you would have taken if you were making the picks. ~ Sanders is a guy hat has been mocked to the Bears quite a bit, but there are a few internet scouts that claim there’s no way he makes it to the Bears’ selection in the third. I’ve simulated a few mocks and besides the top few running backs, they all seem to fall down. Unless there’s a back the Bears have so high up their board that they have to pull the trigger at 87, I think waiting to get a back later in the draft may prove to be better value. ~ Jelks (6’5”, 256 lbs) is one of those guys that didn’t test at the combine as well as his tape would make you think. He looks strong and athletic in the film I watched, but his measurables didn’t impress. ~ Even though Edwards had a highly productive career at Wisconsin as a four-year starter, some scouts still questioned his speed. He answered some of those questions with a 4.77 forty at his pro day. The Lindenhurt, Illinois native played quarterback in high school and he has a reputation as a smart football player. White calls him a “low ceiling but also a high floor” type of player, and those are guys that usually have productive NFL careers. ~ The athletic Cheevers (5’9”, 169 lbs) had 7 interceptions last year, and he’d be a prospect to work in at slot corner. ~ The Bears had a pre-draft meeting with Amadi (5’9”, 199 lbs), and his versatility could provide secondary depth. He’s another guy that flashed on tape, but didn’t do well in the Underwear Olympics.Now it’s your turn to chime in. What’s your take on this mock draft?