CHICAGO (AP) — Former Illinois Congressman Aaron Schock has reimbursed the U.S. government for the cost of auto mileage, office redecoration and a flight to Chicago Bears game. The government also received more than $1,200 for a commercial flight Schock took from Peoria to Chicago to attend a Bears game.
The Chicago Bears drafted Kevin White with the seventh pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. How will White perform for the Bears? Will he be a better fit for Jay Cutler than Brandon Marshall? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Matt Bowen discuss the Bears' new wide receiver in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
For the first time since the NFL draft concluded earlier this month, the Chicago Bears held organized team activities ( OTAs ) this week. Their three-day practice session began on May 27 and ends May 29. At the start of OTAs on Wednesday,...Show More Summary
Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett has been absent from team OTAs. Will Bennett hold out of training camp? Are the Bears concerned about a potential holdout? Watch as Bleacher Report NFL Insider Jason Cole discusses Bennett's holdout in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
Today's NFL is all about the offensive side of the football, and when the Chicago Bears hired Marc Trestman to be the team's head coach in 2013, he was expected to turn a defensive-minded Bears team into an offensive juggernaut. "It's a great hire," quarterback Jay Cutler said at the time, according to Larry Mayer of ChicagoBears.com. Show More Summary
If the Chicago Bears were still giving Ray McDonald more chances, he would be up to at least four by now. The defensive lineman was arrested yesterday—for the second time in less than 72 hours—for allegedly violating a restraining order issued after he was accused of assaulting a...
John Siegal, an end that was selected to three Pro Bowls and helped the Chicago Bears win three NFL titles in the 1940s, died this week at the age of 97. He was the Bears’ oldest former player, per the team’s announcement. Siegal played just five years in the NFL from 1939-43. However, it was…
It appears Chris Long was right about Ray McDonald, and the Chicago Bears were likely wise to release the defensive end Monday. Katie Nelson of the San Jose Mercury News reported Wednesday night McDonald had been arrested by Santa Clara police on suspicion of violating a restraining order. On Monday, NBC Bay Area reported McDonald was arrested […]
Former Chicago Bears defensive tackle Ray McDonald, released by the National Football League (NFL) franchise after his arrest this week in Northern California, was arrested again on Wednesday on suspicion of violating a restraining order, police said.
Former Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers defensive end Ray McDonald was arrested this evening by Santa Clara (Calif.) police for violating a restraining order. The restraining order was issued in connection with an incident thatShow More Summary
The defensive tackle reportedly was picked up at a Togo's Sandwiches. Just two days after Santa Clara police arrested Ray McDonald for domestic abuse and child endangerment, the former San Francisco 49ers and Chicago Bears defensive tackle has been taken in again. Show More Summary
Thousands of leathermen, leatherwomen, gearheads, jocks, twinks, bears, rubbermen and other assorted kinksters came together this Memorial Day Weekend for the 37th annual International Mr. Leather Competition in Chicago. Over 50 men competed for the coveted top title, which ultimately went to Patrick Smith, Eagle L.A. Mr. Leather and Mr. Los Angeles Leather 2015. We can […]
Bears chairman George McCaskey questioned his decision-making when signing Ray McDonald, but defended the team's approach towards free agent with character concerns. Chicago Bears chairman George McCaskey spoke with reporters Wednesday...Show More Summary
Chicago Bears chairman George McCaskey said that he believes the team is in a place to make a “better decision in the future” (...)
When you sign a player with off-field red flags, publicly rationalize the move with bad logic and then the player gets in trouble, you end up in a mea culpa press conference to explain what went wrong. Will the Chicago Bears, and specifically chairman George McCaskey, learn anything from the Ray McDonald situation? Maybe. Show More Summary
Bears owner George McCaskey said the decision to sign Ray McDonald this offseason was his. So when he says he’s second-guessing that decision, he means he’s second-guessing his own process. Via Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune, McCaskey told reporters that even though he initially said no and was talked into adding the troubled defensive…
The Chicago Bears released Ray McDonald after his latest domestic violence arrest. Will the loss of McDonald have a big impact on the Bears defense? How can they make up for the loss of McDonald? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Matt Bowen discuss the loss of McDonald in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
Photo credit: Wikimedia Kudos go out to the Chicago Bears, in wake of the recent news regarding the Ray McDonald situation. Maybe the NFL will get the idea. Domestic violence is on the rise in the NFL, whether or not they want to admit it. Show More Summary
Following the conclusion of the NFL draft earlier this month, all of the Chicago Bears' rookies participated in rookie minicamp May 8-10. For many of Chicago's rookies, it was their first chance to practice in months. "It’s an amazing feeling," said third-round pick Hroniss Grasu, per Larry Mayer of ChicagoBears.com. Show More Summary
Chicago took a tough stand on Ray McDonald, cutting him on Monday, but the decision has led to more questions, including why the Bears signed McDonald in the first place.