Wide receiver Allen Robinson hasn’t gotten the long-term contract he’s been looking for from the Bears, but it appears that will not keep him from reporting to the team’s mandatory minicamp on Tuesday. Jason Lieser of the Chicago Sun-Times reports that Robinson plans to be in attendance at the Bears facility for the first time [more]
Ken Davis and Eric Strobel tackle a full mailbag and answer questions including whether Cole Kmet is ready to be the top tight end for the Bears.
Last week defensive line coach Chris Rumph had only three defensive linemen available for work and none had played in a game for the Bears. Very few defensive starters have been available so far as they took the NFLPA's recommendation to avoid voluntary on-field work to heart. Danny Trevathan, Akiem Hicks, Robert Quinn and Khalil Mack will be practicing on the field for the first time, although coach Matt Nagy said they were in Zoom meetings during previous offseason voluntary work.