Chicago Football Draft Content
Here at Chicago Football, we’ve got you covered for everything you need to know leading up to the 2014 NFL Draft, which begins tonight and ends Saturday.
This is your one-stop shop for all our Draft content, as we wait to see who fills up the Bears’ 2014 rookie class.
Remember to get your copy of the first-ever Chicago Football Draft Preview magazine, featuring exclusive interviews with Marc Trestman and Phil Emery, mock drafts, prospect rankings and scouting reports and much more.
NFL MOCK DRAFTS
Hub Arkush 4.0: Three trades in the top-10, Bears go safety
Hub Arkush 3.0: Lions trade to No. 3 and the Bears go offense at 14
Hub Arkush 2.0: Cowboys trade up, Texans go to the MAC, Bears think secondary
Hub Arkush 1.0: Bears go corner, Texans go Clowney
Kevin Fishbain 1.0: Three quarterbacks in the top-10, Bears get a DB
Tom Musick 1.0: Clowney at the top, defensive tackle for the Bears
Arthur Arkush 1.0: Lions trade up for a WR, Bears counter with a corner
BEARS MOCK DRAFTS
Kevin Fishbain 1.0: The Bears go with a safety at 14 (But which one?), DT at 51 and a running back in the 4th.
Arthur Arkush 1.0: Linebacker early, then address safety and a quarterback in the fifth forTrestman and the Bears.
EMERY PRESS CONFERENCE
Hub Arkush: Bears place emphasis on undrafted rookies; who could be available post-draft?
Arthur Arkush: It still starts up front for the Bears' defense, what's that mean for the need at defensive tackle?
Musick: Phil Emery is the Master of Disguise
Fishbain: The Bears are studying corners who could play safety; which prospects fit the bill?
DRAFT PROFILE VIDEOS
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix
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Bears Mail: Which quarterback would fit for the Bears, how are the second-tier safeties
Ask Hub: Why Donald, Jernigan aren't fits; second-tier DTs and Garoppolo
Ask Hub: Mosley at 14? Plus draft options at TE, WR and QB
Bears Mail: Finding the right combination in the draft at safety and DT, third-round CB prospects, uncertain top 10
DRAFT ANALYSIS OF BEARS' "OTHER" POSITIONS OF NEED
Fishbain: Linebackers — Bears need an inside linebacker for the future
Arthur Arkush: Wide Receivers — Speedy, slot receivers would fit the bill
Arthur Arkush: Offensive Tackles — Bears don't need one, but you can never have enough
Fishbain: Tight Ends — Why it wouldn't be that ridiculous to go TE at 14, and what blockers fit late
Hub Arkush: Running Backs — Bears need a No. 2 back, this is the draft to find one
Hub Arkush: Quarterbacks — This is not the time for the Bears to draft a quarterback
Hub Arkush: It's Draft Day, what are Phil Emery's options tonight?
Hub Arkush: Draft location, time not so important
Hub Arkush: Bears' biggest defensive need isn't on the line
Hub Arkush: The Bears have draft needs on offense, too
Hub Arkush: How much say will Trestman have on Draft Day?
Take Two: Who should the Bears draft on offense?
Hub Arkush: Draft Day is looming and the Bears have a dilemma