(Language Warning) In an interview with Mike Richman of the Redskins Historian website, Mike Ditka, the Super Bowl-winning coach of the 1985 Chicago Bears, expressed his disapproval with the Washington Redskins-name controversy by calling...Show More Summary
LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- A Chicago Bears defender finally made the cut in our NFLRank project, which commenced with Day 3 on Wednesday as ESPN continued to rank the top 100 players on offense and defense, with defensive end Lamarr Houston checking in at No. Show More Summary
Mike Ditka, a former coach for the Chicago Bears and hall of famer in the National Football League, has stated that efforts to change the Washington Redskins name come from "politically correct idiots."
Another recent NFL player has been diagnosed with ALS. Tim Shaw, a special-teams ace and linebacker who played with the Carolina Panthers, Jacksonville Jaguars, Chicago Bears and Tennessee Titans, announced on Tuesday that he is the latest former player to be stricken by the horrible disease. "Hi, I am Tim Shaw. Show More Summary
Mike Ditka knows football. As a long time player, coach of the 1985 World Champion Chicago Bears, and current ESPN NFL analyst, Ditka is genuinely part of the fabric of all that makes football great. So when the Coach throws his two cents into the Washington Redskins name debate, of course it would be in
Former Chicago Bears linebacker Tim Shaw was one of the best in the NFL at running downfield and making tackles during his playing days.
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LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Jay Cutler's interactions with teammates and the media always seem to creep into the narrative about the quarterback, and on Tuesday Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer said "we've absolutely noticed a difference in Jay." Cutler admits he's changed, too. "It might be true. Show More Summary
Pitching and networking suck, but don't forget to stick around for the payoff that persistence brings. The '85 Chicago Bears is considered one of the best, if not The Best, American football teams in history. (Which I say with some authority as a lifelong resident of The Windy City.) And a big attribute of their success was something called the "46 defense." Read Full Story
The Bears’ addition of wideout Santonio Holmes reportedly comes at a relatively low cost for Chicago. In fact, it may cost the Bears no salary at all. According to ESPN’s Field Yates, Holmes received a one-year deal for a non-guaranteed salary of $855,000 — the veteran minimum. If the 30-year-old Holmes doesn’t make the club,…
According to Chicago Bears defensive end David Bass, who grew up about six miles from where Michael Brown was fatally shot by police, Ferguson was a "gasoline-soaked woodpile just waiting for a spark." First of all, Bass says that Ferguson...Show More Summary
Back in April, the Chicago Bears took a flier on veteran return specialist Darius Reynaud. Now that veteran return specialist Eric Weems has been dumped, the Bears have given Reynaud a job. The team announced on Monday night that Reynaud, a former West Virginia standout, has joined the team. At the NFL level, Reynaud has…
The good news for the Chicago Bears is Jordan Mills has escaped the walking boot he was wearing on his left foot.
New Bears receiver Santonio Holmes hit the practice field in Chicago for the first time today, and he likes the way he fits in the offense. “Oh, man, I’m excited,” Holmes said. “I’m really going to embrace this opportunity and take advantage of it. I think it’s a great group for me to be around.…
Receiver Santonio Holmes joined the Chicago Bears on the practice field Monday for the first time. The eight-year veteran wore jersey No. 14 and performed position drills with the other receivers duing the portion of practice media were permitted to watch.
LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- The #NFLRank project launched on Monday in which ESPN ranks the top 100 players on offense and defense, and Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler checked in at No. 93. In the grouping of players ranked from Nos. 91...Show More Summary
Three takeaways from ESPN's #NFLRank reveal of the top 100 offensive and top 100 defensive players in the league. Today: 91-100. 1. Jay Cutler ascends -- a bit: Chicago Bears fans blanched at last summer's suggestion that there were 96 offensive players better than their quarterback. Show More Summary
The Bears are undefeated through the first half of the preseason. They will face their toughest test on the road against the defending world champs in what is considered a full dress rehearsal. Before the Bears travel to Seattle to face the Seahawks, let's look back on what has transpired so far. Show More Summary
Examining the Chicago Bears' roster: QUARTERBACKS (3) Jay Cutler Jimmy Clausen David Fales Clausen appears to have passed Jordan Palmer, but Bears coach Marc Trestman maintains the situation remains fluid. Fales' delivery looks a bit...Show More Summary
The Chicago Bears signed Santonio Holmes to a one-year contract this weekend. Bears and former Jets WR Santonio Holmes have agreed to terms, per team source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 16, 2014 The Bears already have two Pro Bowl wide receivers in Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery but they could use another reliable option. […]