The Chicago Bears have played three preseason games this year, and they will close out the preseason this Thursday night at home against the Cleveland Browns. The game is set to begin at 7 p.m. CT. The Bears made a flurry of roster moves...Show More Summary
The Chicago Bears have made an addition to their roster at quarterback, claiming Zac Dysert off waivers one day after he was sent packing by the Denver Broncos.
Indiana teenager Miguel Reyes was diagnosed with a brain tumor last year, but he's got a sound strategy to beat it: Name the sucker "Aaron Rodgers." Reyes, 14, is a diehard Chicago Bears fan, so he decided to start calling his tumor...Show More Summary
Veteran cornerback Tim Jennings is looking for a new home after getting released by the Chicago Bears on Sunday after five seasons with the franchise. Continue for updates. Jennings Set To Meet With Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tuesday, Sept. Show More Summary
Tim Jennings played three seasons for Lovie Smith in Chicago, and now may be ready to play for Smith again. Jennings, the veteran cornerback who was cut by the Bears on Monday, is in Tampa Bay visiting the Buccaneers. The Bucs have announced the visit, a move teams usually only make when they’re confident a…
The Chicago Bears won their first two preseason games against the Miami Dolphins and Indianapolis Colts before dropping the third preseason game of the year against the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday. Chicago's starters played deep into...Show More Summary
Eddie Royal is back with Jay Cutler. Should you pick him up late in your draft? Chicago Bears receiver Eddie Royal is back with quarterback Jay Cutler. This is relevant because back in the 2008 season, Royal put up a whopping 91 catches with 980 yards. Show More Summary
You have to give Miguel Reyes credit. He doesn't cop out of a scrap. Miguel, a 14-year-old Chicago Bears fan who was diagnosed with stage 3 brain cancer in 2014, could've left the tumor nameless or called it something weak and helpless...Show More Summary
NFL teams have already begun trimming rosters in preparation for the regular season. While notable names such as Tim Jennings have already been cut loose by the Chicago Bears, per the team's Twitter account, there are more veterans who...Show More Summary
The Chicago Bears capped off the third week of the preseason with a 21-10 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday night, and the team is currently trying to narrow its roster down to 53 players before the start of the regular season. Chicago's...Show More Summary
In a move that could kickstart the Chicago Bears' identity shift on defense, the team has released cornerback Tim Jennings. The 31-year-old Jennings had started 74 of the past 80 games for the Bears at corner and had four- and nine-interception seasons for them in 2013 and 2012, respectively. Show More Summary
Tim Jennings said he saw the writing on the wall when the Chicago Bears overhauled the organization in January and then again when Alan Ball was signed in March.
Head-turning roster moves are part of almost every NFL preseason, and the Chicago Bears made one of those Sunday when they released cornerback Tim Jennings, per Adam Schefter of ESPN. Jennings is not that far removed from two consecutive Pro Bowl appearances following the 2012 and 2013 seasons. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bears traveled to Cincinnati on Saturday night to take on the Bengals in their third preseason game of the year and lost 21-10. Chicago's offense mustered just 194 yards of total offense, while the defense gave up 333 yards. Show More Summary
Ten thoughts after the Chicago Bears fell to the Cincinnati Bengals 21-10 Saturday night at Paul Brown Stadium, their first exhibition loss.
In what many proclaim as the most important game of the preseason, the Cincinnati Bengals shined Saturday night with a 21-10 win against the Chicago Bears while getting some key performances. Call it a breath of fresh air for the franchise...Show More Summary
The Cincinnati Bengals took out their primetime aggression on the Chicago Bears Saturday night. Looking like a well-oiled machine, the Bengals used a no huddle offense to engineer a 16 play, 77 yard drive and score the game’s first touchdown. Show More Summary
Andy Dalton sneaked in for a touchdown on Cincinnati's opening drive, then came out of the game as a precaution with a sore neck on Saturday night during a 21-10 preseason victory over the Chicago Bears.
Join us as the Chicago Bears face the Cincinnati Bengals on the road in their third exhibition game. Game updates, photos, tweets from the beat and more. On the Tribune app? Click here to see the live Bears blog.
The Cincinnati Bengals are two games out from the start of the regular season with plenty of lessons learned along the journey so far. Next up is a Saturday visit from the Chicago Bears, where head coach Marvin Lewis will play his starters...Show More Summary