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Chicago Bears: Five defensive players with something to prove heading into 2017 season

1 of 6 | NEXT » The 2016 season for the Chicago Bears was easily one to forget. The team endured countless injuries to key players and did not have the depth necessary to compete. This was especially true on the defensive side of the ball. Show More Summary

Chicago Bears: Five offensive players with something to prove heading into 2017 season

1 of 6 | NEXT » After a dismal 3-13 season in 2016, the Chicago Bears have plenty of opportunity for improvement this season. This is definitely the optimistic viewpoint. After all, if they can manage just four wins in 2017 it would technically be an improvement. Show More Summary

Chicago Bears: Kyle Fuller faces make-or-break season in 2017

Kyle Fuller is one of the few familiar faces left on the Chicago Bears defensive secondary from a year ago- and even then, Fuller wasn’t really on the team a year ago. His return from injury in 2017 and how he performs in the Bears next...Show More Summary

Jets sign former Bears wide receiver Marquess Wilson

The New York Jets have signed former Chicago Bears wide receiver Marquess Wilson        

Fan sues Chicago Bears, NFL for the right to wear Green Bay Packers gear on Soldier Field

Russell Beckman is a die-hard Green Bay Packers fan. He likes dressing up in team gear and attending as many home and road games as possible each season. Beckman is also a Chicago Bears season ticket holder, which entitles him to certain game-day experiences at Soldier Field. One of those is the...

A Packers fan is suing the Bears over his right to wear Packers clothes

Russell Beckman is suing the Bears over his right to wear Packers gear. (Lawsuit exhibit) Should the Chicago Bears have the right to deny field access from fans wearing opposing colors? Green Bay Packers fan Russell Beckman doesn’t think so — and he’s taking the Bears to court over his right to wear green and gold at Soldier Field. Show More Summary

Is Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill ready for Adam Gase’s no-huddle offense?

The Miami Dolphins offense made tremendous strides under first-year head coach Adam Gase in 2016. Gase, who built a sturdy reputation as a quarterback guru with the Denver Broncos and Chicago Bears, was brought in to complete a very important task: Turn Ryan Tannehill into the franchise signal-caller Miami took No. Show More Summary

Chicago Bears: If healthy, defense has potential to be one of better units in league in 2017

The 2016 version of the Chicago Bears defense showed signs of a unit that is on the rise. That may sound crazy after perusing the numbers, but those numbers don’t tell the whole story. The truth is that if they can remain healthy, they actually have a chance to be one of the better units in the league in 2017. Show More Summary

Green Bay fan sues over Bears' sideline ban on Packers gear

One Green Bay Packers fan is taking a favorite Wisconsin past-time of disparaging their arch rival into a whole new league by taking the Chicago Bears to court        

Chicago Bears Believe They Can Be A Good Team After Strong Minicamp

Expectations are low for the Chicago Bears, but they have a few reasons to be optimistic. Can some good vibes from the Bears’ minicamp carry over to training camp and the regular season? There were some huge question marks surrounding the Chicago Bears when they began minicamp. Show More Summary

A year after leaving Patriots for Bears, Akiem Hicks has no regrets

When he became a free agent last year, defensive lineman Akiem Hicks had an offer to stay in New England. But he had a better offer to go to Chicago, and that’s the one he took. As it turned out, he played for a three-win team in Chicago, whereas he would have a Super Bowl…

Bears LB Leonard Floyd needed two months to recover from concussion

Leonard Floyd said he needed two months to recover from his latest concussion. (AP) Chicago Bears outside linebacker and 2016 first-round pick Leonard Floyd suffered a concussion in the second-to-last game of last season. He missed the finale. Show More Summary

Chicago Bears: Ranking the impact newcomers

1 of 6 | NEXT » The Chicago Bears are aiming to turn things around in 2017. The fortunes of head coach John Fox depends on this season and how his Bears improve week in and week out on the football field. GM Ryan Pace made a lot of changes to this Chicago Bears roster during the offseason. Show More Summary

How is Brandon Marshall helping the Cleveland Browns?

Veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall has spent eleven seasons in the National Football League. The current New York Giants receiver has spent time with the Denver Broncos, Chicago Bears, Miami Dolphins and New York Jets. He has had a few good moments in his career at the expense of the Cleveland Browns. Show More Summary

Bears taking slow approach with Trubisky

Quarterback Mitchell Trubisky will have to get used to the Chicago Bears being in no rush to hand him the starting job        

Bob Stoops: I’m looking to vacation in Chicago, not coach there

Bob Stoops’ retirement as head coach at Oklahoma raised eyebrows in Chicago because Stoops owns two homes there, and some thought Stoops might already have his eye on potentially taking the Bears job next year, if John Fox doesn’t return. Stoops, however, says such talk is nothing but speculation. Stoops says he and his wife…

Chicago Bears: Which players are bringing the swagger back in 2017?

1 of 5 | NEXT » 3-13 in 2016. What’s in store for the Chicago Bears in 2017? New quarterback. New wide receivers. The Bears need some swagger back after beating just the Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings and San Francisco 49ers a year ago. Show More Summary

Seahawks sign tight end Steve Donatell

The Seattle Seahawks added tight end Steve Donatell to their roster on Thursday. To make room, the team released tight end Bryce Williams. Donatell – the son of Chicago Bears defensive backs coach Ed Donatell – took part in Seattle’s rookie mini-camp last month as a tryout player. He went undrafted out of Western Kentucky…

Pernell McPhee: Bears’ pass rushers planning to dominate the NFL

Not many people are expecting much from the Bears this season, but Pernell McPhee says he and his fellow Chicago outside linebackers are going to be a terror. McPhee said the Bears have a group of pass rushers that can wreak havoc on opposing offenses. “Dominate, destroy every opponent that we face,” McPhee said, via…

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