The Chicago Bears quarterback saga, which has twisted and turned since the team were dumped out of the playoffs at the hands of the New Orleans Saints, now has a conclusion. Or something close to a conclusion.
After their first losing season since 2000, the New England Patriots could look to use their $63 million cap space to help the franchise bounce back into the playoffs.
With the new general manager-head coach pairing of Trent Baalke and Urban Meyer likely to pull the trigger on selecting Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence with the number one pick on the draft, how else could Jacksonville use all of that ‘spare cash’?
But there are some key questions: is this a move the Bears should be seriously considering? What’s the likelihood of Watson agreeing to the move?… Read more
What do general manager Brandon Beane and McDermott need to do this offseason?
The loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the weekend led to a wave of speculation about quarterback Aaron Rodgers' future. With the franchise’s star player clearly unhappy in the aftermath of the defeat, how can the front office at Lambeau Field get Green Bay back to the title game next season?
After an 8-8 finish and a resounding defeat to the New Orleans Saints in the Super Wild Card Round, the Chicago Bears find themselves in a tricky situation.
This off-season the Detroit Lions will again start over in searching for a new general manager and head coach who can turn around the fortunes of this woebegone franchise.
Many thought it was last week’s hammering at the hands of fierce rivals the Green Bay Packers that would sound the death knell for Matt Nagy and Ryan Pace’s tenures as head coach and general manager, respectively, of the Chicago Bears. Instead, this weekend, ‘Da Bears’ plumbed new depths against the lowly Detroit Lions.
It was announced on Monday that the New York Jets had agreed to trade middle linebacker Avery Williamson to the Pittsburgh Steelers as well as a 2022 seventh round pick.
With the trade deadline looming, and the recent firing of their head coach and general manager, what steps should the Atlanta Falcons be taking to move the franchise forward in the post-Dan Quinn/Thomas Dimitroff era?
As the NFL trade deadline approaches on Tuesday November 3rd, NFL teams are searching for that mid-season deal that can change their fortunes. Mark Gill evaluates some potential trades for the Minnesota Vikings and Pittsburgh Steelers.
This is an absolutely vital season for the Chicago Bears power duo Head Coach Matt Nagy and General Manager Ryan Pace.
Mark Gill debates the second half of the NFL Draft's first round.
I’m going to do a mock draft with a difference here. In this first round mock I will look at some dilemmas and decisions that NFL front office personnel could be faced with when they’re on the clock in April.