10:16 PM EDT, Sat August 30, 2014

Matt Forte No. 29 in player rankings

Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte improved his standing from a year ago in our #NFLRank project, moving from No. 48 to No. 29 in the latest edition, in which ESPN ranks the top 100 players in the league on both sides of the ball. The latest rankings grouped players between Nos. 30 through 21. Receiver Alshon Jeffery was one of 23 players on offense to make his debut in the 2014 #NFLRank project, checking in at No. 31 Forte finished last season ranked third in the NFL in total yards from scrimmage (1,933 yards) on the way to being named to his second Pro Bowl.

Isaiah Frey cut leaves two from 2012 class

LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- The Chicago Bears waived cornerback Isaiah Frey on Tuesday along with guard James Brown to get down to the NFL-mandated 75 players. The subtraction of Frey leaves just two players -- linebacker Shea McClellin and receiver Alshon Jeffery -- remaining on the roster from general manager Phil Emery’s first draft class (2012). A sixth-round pick in 2012, Frey played all 16 games last season as the club’s nickel corner and started in six contests.

Alshon Jeffery debuts high on #NFLRank

LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Apparently, a pair of tennis rackets dangle from Alshon Jeffery's wrists, and the Chicago Bears just hope the receiver continues to serve up the love in the form of receptions to the club's offense. "There are a couple of things that make Alshon Jeffery special," explained offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer. "No. 1 is his size. No. 2 is his size and ability to get in and out of routes at that size; that's the thing that impresses you the most.
Rotoworld Aug 22, 2014

Alshon Jeffery has sloppy preseason game - Alshon Jeffery (WR) Chicago Bears

Alshon Jeffery caught 4-of-8 targets for 45 yards in the Bears' third preseason game Friday night at Seattle.
Windy City Gridiron Aug 21, 2014

The Bears Den: August 21, 2014 - Chicago Bears preseason news and notes

You want some Armanti Edwards? We got your Armanti Edwards right here. Bears ‘still growing’ halfway through preseason - Chris Emma: With playmakers all around the locker room, the Bears believe this could be a special year. Bears expect Jeffery to keep up feats of 2013 - Adam L. Jahns: Alshon Jeffery can’t truly be an NFL star unless his success becomes a yearly occurrence, and the Bears are counting on him to stack on last year's production. Tim Jennings anxious about new role on defense - Dan Wiederer: Trestman, Tucker and Kelvin Hayden are all confident in Jennings' ability...
Chicago Sun-Times Aug 20, 2014

Bears expect Alshon Jeffery to keep up feats of 2013

Two preseason games had passed last year without much from Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery, and it was worrisome. His one catch for 13 yards didn’t support the glowing declarations that fellow receiver Brandon Marshall and others had confidently made about his future stardom. Plenty of smoke, but no fire. Five scoring drives by the Bears’ starters in the first half of their next game against the Oakland Raiders changed that. Jeffery’s star flashed with...

Bears Camp Report: Day 10

BOURBONNAIS, Ill. -- A daily review of the hot topics coming out of Chicago Bears training camp: While the Bears actively monitor the waiver wire and scan the list of available free-agent wide receivers in the aftermath of Marquess Wilson’s fractured clavicle, Tuesday’s practice allowed the team to try out several different receiver combinations. Minus Wilson and veteran Brandon Marshall (coaches' decision), the Bears trotted out a three-wide receiver set to begin 11-on-11 drills that featured Alshon Jeffery, Eric Weems and Chris Williams.

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