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  • Hoge and Jahns: Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy Kickoff Training Camp In Decatur

    DECATUR, Ill. -- The Bears went back to the birthplace of the organization this weekend and Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns were there to cover Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy's press conference. The guys discuss a key injury in the secondary and some players that were singled out by Pace and Nagy. They also take some time to review the unique town of Decatur and why Jahns ended up in Bourbonnais with car trouble.

  • Hoge and Jahns: Bears Training Camp Preview — Offense

    Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns are back from vacation and ready to preview Bears training camp. In this episode they preview the offense, but not before covering Robbie Gould's new contract with the 49ers. The guys also discuss why Alligator Bob is a lot like Cody Parkey.

  • Hoge and Jahns: Bears Minicamp Recap, State Of The Kickers, And Bears 100 Thoughts

    The Bears wrapped up minicamp with Matt Nagy putting all the pressure on the kickers -- and Hoge called it. The guys welcome Kevin "The Fishman" Fishbain to the podcast to wrap up the offseason and discuss the kicker situation. Is it possible that the Bears are worse off at the position than they were six months ago? Hoge and Jahns also discuss the Bears 100 Celebration and a purchase you absolutely have to make.

  • Hoge: ‘What Are We Doing?’ — Bears Executives Explain How The Khalil Mack Trade Happened

    ROSEMONT, Ill. — The seeds of the stunning Khalil Mack trade were planted last summer. As the star pass rusher skipped mandatory minicamp in June and appeared ready to hold out of training camp, general managers around the league took notice. One of those GMs was Ryan Pace, who started asking his top personnel men around Halas Hall what they thought about Mack. By the time the Chicago Bears reported to training camp in July, it was a legitimate conversation […]

  • Hoge’s 10 Bears Things: The Pick A Year In The Making, Ryan Pace’s ‘No Regrets’ Mindset, And A Look At The Bears’ Draft Class

    Adam Hoge empties his NFL Draft notebook in a loaded edition of 10 Bears Things.

  • Hoge and Jahns: Breaking Down New Bears RB David Montgomery With Lou Ayeni

    The Bears drafted Iowa State running back David Montgomery in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft and Hoge and Jahns are here to explain why the pick makes so much sense. The guys break down Montgomery's fit in Matt Nagy's system and welcome Northwestern running backs coach Lou Ayeni to the podcast. Ayeni recruited Montgomery to Iowa State and knows him better than anyone.

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    Hoge: 2019 Bears Mock Draft 3.0

    The 2019 NFL Draft will be here on Thursday and while there is undoubtedly less buzz for the Bears this year, the event is just as important as ever, even if general manager Ryan Pace doesn’t hold a pick until late in the third round.

  • Hoge: Ranking The Top 10 Quarterbacks In The 2019 NFL Draft

    As usual, the quarterback discussion is driving this year's NFL Draft. That's because it's the one position in the most demand. If you don't have a quarterback, you don't have a chance. How the dominoes fall in the draft always depends on what happens with the quarterback. 

  • Hoge: 2019 Chicago Bears Schedule Revealed

    Adam Hoge breaks down the Bears' 2019 schedule.

  • Hoge and Jahns: Trade Reactions — Jordan Howard Now, And Jay Cutler 10 Years Ago

    It's a trade reaction episode as Adam Hoge and Adam Jahns breakdown the Jordan Howard trade and explain why the market wasn't very active. They also take a look at the re-signing of Aaron Lynch and how he helps the Bears' outside linebacker depth. Finally, it's the 10-year anniversary of the Jay Cutler trade so Hoge and Jahns bring you some raw radio audio from when the trade went down and how opinions were more mixed than you might remember. The Chicago Sun-Times' Mark Potash also joins the podcast to reflect on the trade and share some stories from covering Cutler.

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