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2019 Schedule
8-8, 3rd in NFC North

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears OLB Robert Quinn said on Friday that he struggled to decide whether to sign with Chicago or Atlanta in free agency. "I mean basically that's what it boiled down to is a coin flip," Quinn said. "The Bears were on the right side of it. I don't regret it. I've moved on from the past. It's basically how I picked my college." Quinn eventually signed a lucrative deal with the Bears that included $30 million guaranteed.

Is Trubisky still the Bears' answer at QB? (1:26)
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2dJeff Dickerson

Bears see Foles vs. Trubisky as 'open competition'

Bears coach Matt Nagy envisions Mitchell Trubisky and Nick Foles splitting reps in training camp and both playing in preseason games as Chicago tries to decide who will start at quarterback.

Is this the best time to expand the NFL playoffs? (1:06)
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Would a 14-team playoff be a good thing for the NFL? (1:04)
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10dJeff Dickerson

Graham to critics of Bears' move: 'I'm still fast'

Veteran tight end Jimmy Graham insists he can still perform at an elite level after agreeing to a deal with the Bears -- a two-year contract that included $9 million guaranteed and a no-trade clause, a move by Chicago that was universally panned.

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Source: Bears reach 1-year deal with OL Ifedi

Germain Ifedi, who primarily played tackle for Seattle but has started 14 games at right guard, has reached a one-year deal with the Bears, a source confirmed to ESPN.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bears signed former Seattle Seahawks offensive lineman Germain Ifedi to a one-year deal, NFL Media first reported. Ifedi primarily played tackle for Seattle, but he did start 14 career games at right guard. The Bears are searching for a new right guard in the wake of Kyle Long's retirement. Chicago also needs a swing tackle after veteran Cornelius Lucas signed a free-agent contract with the Redskins.

What roster moves do the Bears still need to make? (1:02)
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Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bears signed former Kansas City Chiefs safety Jordan Lucas to a one-year deal, NFL Media reported on Sunday. Chicago brought back veteran safety Deon Bush on a one-year contract earlier in the week. There is no clear cut starter at strong safety, meaning Lucas, Bush and whichever safety the Bears draft next month will be given the opportunity to compete for the job.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bears signed former Pittsburgh Steelers first-round pick cornerback Artie Burns to a 1-year deal. Chicago released veteran cornerback Prince Amukamara in February, leaving an open spot in the starting lineup. Burns is expected to compete for the job, but look for the Bears to address cornerback in the upcoming draft. Chicago is just taking a flyer on Burns, hence the 1-year deal.

Is Nagy the right coach for Trubisky? (1:27)
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Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

One day after veteran safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix left Chicago to join the Dallas Cowboys, the Bears re-signed safety Deon Bush to a 1-year, $1.4 million deal. Look for Chicago to still address the safety position in the upcoming draft. Either Bush will start alongside Pro Bowler Eddie Jackson, or he'll be a top reserve/core special teamer.

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Safety Clinton-Dix reaches deal with Cowboys

Safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix has reached a deal with the Cowboys, his agency, SportsTrust Advisors, announced Friday morning. Clinton-Dix started all 16 games for the Bears last season.

Team Stats

Passing Yards205.725th
Rushing Yards91.127th
Points For17.529th
Points Against18.6