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Bears podcast 212: Offensive upgrades are needed, but where do the Bears begin?
Whether via trade, free agency or the draft, the Bears have clear needs at quarterback, wide receiver and offensive tackle. Hub Arkush, Sean Hammond and Kyle Nabors discuss where Ryan Pace should start.
Bears podcast 211: Carson Wentz is headed to Indy. What's next for the Bears?
Another potential trade target is off the board with Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz headed to the Colts. Hub Arkush, Sean Hammond and Kyle Nabors discuss Ryan Pace's plan at QB and if Allen Robinson is headed to the open market.
Bears Podcast 210: We're not sure what to make of these coaching hires
Hub Arkush, Sean Hammond and Kyle Nabors take a closer look at the Bears defensive coaching staff. The guys also get into a little QB talk and preview this weekend's Super Bowl.
Bears Podcast 209: A lot of QB rumors are circulating. Do any make sense for the Bears?
Deshaun Watson is dominating the headlines, but Matthew Stafford, Jimmy Garoppolo and Derek Carr have all been mentioned as trade candidates. Hub Arkush, Sean Hammond and Kyle Nabors discuss the QB rumors along with the coaching exodus taking place at Halas Hall.
Bears Podcast 208: Let's talk defensive coordinators and quarterbacks
The Bears certainly appear to be taking their time finding Chuck Pagano's replacement. Plus Hub Arkush, Sean Hammond and Kyle Nabors discuss why a trade for Deshaun Watson is highly unlikely.
Bears Podcast 207: The Bears had a chance to reassure their fan base. They failed
Anyone hoping for change within Halas Hall were left feeling disappointed – and maybe a bit angry – Wednesday. Hub Arkush, Sean Hammond and Kyle Nabors discuss the Bears decision to retain Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy for the 2021 season.
Great podcast, but...
hard to listen to, when someone does the dishes or work in the house in the background. Happened in the recent episode again and I think they should check the quality before publishing it.