We are now less than two weeks away from the start of the NFL draft. The Chicago Bears hold the seventh overall pick and hope to land an immediate-impact player. Who are the best options for the Bears in the first round? The five best...Show More Summary
The Chicago Bears have their quarterback in place for the 2015 season in Jay Cutler, but general manager Ryan Pace noted earlier this offseason he is always on the lookout for talent at the position. "It's a good idea to add a quarterback every year," Pace said in late March, according to Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bears fired head coach Marc Trestman this offseason and replaced him with John Fox, and if there's one thing that all the football fans out there are wondering, it's which head coach had/has a cooler Chicago-area house.....
The Chicago Bears struggled to get pressure on opposing quarterbacks last season, and they decided to address that issue in free agency by signing outside linebacker Pernell McPhee to help anchor the team's new 3-4 defense. In addition...Show More Summary
The NFL draft is set to begin in a little more than two weeks, and the Chicago Bears —like all NFL teams —will be looking for players who can be starters come Week 1 of the 2015 season. Most first-round picks are selected with the expectation...Show More Summary
Jay Cutler has been a lightning rod for criticism in Chicago. From his seemingly lackadaisical demeanor to his consistently mediocre production, Cutler has constantly drawn the ire of Bears fans. However, he still has teammates willing to stick up for him. Guard Matt Slauson said in March that he believed Cutler could be every bit…
Defensive end Lamarr Houston's first season in Chicago was a bumpy one. His early 2014 exit has left him as somewhat of a forgotten name right now, and he's certainly the Bears' most overlooked 2015 starter. Houston came to the Bears last year on a five-year, $35 million contract with $15 million guaranteed. Show More Summary
Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte is skipping voluntary workouts as he enters the final year of his contract. Should the Bears give Forte an extension? Does he deserve to be paid like a top-five running back? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL analyst Chris Simms discuss Matt Forte in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
Former Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman took a few minutes this week to discuss his 12-year tenure, his departure from the club and what lies ahead.
The Chicago Bears have plenty of options at No. 7 in the 2015 NFL draft and could address either side of the ball with that pick. Is Marcus Mariota an option in the first round? Which holes should the Bears look to target? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss Chicago's offseason in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
Following three disappointing seasons under general manager Phil Emery, the Chicago Bears decided to revamp their organization this offseason by firing Emery and hiring Ryan Pace to be the team's new general manger. In order to contend on a yearly basis, Pace will need to do a better job of finding talent in the draft than his predecessor did. Show More Summary
The Bears’ starting running back worked out on Monday, but not with his Chicago teammates as the club began its voluntary training. According to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune, Forte informed the Bears he wouldn’t be present for the club’s workouts on Monday. Earlier Monday via his verified Twitter account, Forte posted an Instagram…
Chicago Bears star running back Matt Forte didn't attend Monday's voluntary workout program, raising speculation that he's vying for a new contract entering the final year of his current deal. Continue for updates. Forte Skips Voluntary...Show More Summary
New coach John Fox assembled his team for the first time Monday at Halas Hall and the Chicago Bears kicked off their voluntary offseason workout program without the most productive offensive player for the last seven seasons.
The new-look Chicago Bears will gather formally for the first time Monday morning to start the club’s nine-week voluntary offseason program. Coach John Fox can address his team for the first time, and coaches finally can collaborate with players in a classroom setting to install their schemes.
Building a winning NFL team is never easy, but new Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Pace has been trying his best this offseason to turn the organization around following a disappointing 5-11 season in 2014. Pace attacked early inShow More Summary
When the Chicago Bears hired Ryan Pace to be the team's new general manager back in January, Pace briefly discussed how he wanted to build his roster this offseason. "We are acquiring football players that fit the Chicago Bears," Pace said, according to the Chicago Tribune. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bears will open their 2015 preseason schedule against the Miami Dolphins, the team said Thursday.
Charles Tillman’s storied 12-year tenure with the Chicago Bears officially ended Thursday. The two-time Pro Bowl cornerback agreed to a one-year contract with the Carolina Panthers, where he reunites with coach Ron Rivera.
Former West Virginia wide receiver Kevin White says he is planning to visit the Chicago Bears before the NFL draft.