The Chicago Bears signed outside linebacker Sam Acho to a one-year contract Tuesday.
The Bears brought in a new defensive coordinator this offseason when Vic Fangio signed on to head coach John Fox’s first Chicago staff and that’s expected to mean a move toward the 3-4 base look that both men favored in previous stops. On Wednesday, they added a player with experience in such schemes. The Bears announced…
Following a disappointing 2014 season, the Chicago Bears decided to fire general manager Phil Emery and head coach Marc Trestman this past January. Shortly after Emery's departure, the team hired Ryan Pace to help turn around the organization. Show More Summary
NFL Hall of Famer and the Chicago Bears beloved Coach Mike Ditka will deliver the Wednesday Keynote Address at the United Fresh 2015 General Session, Wednesday, June 10, 2015, at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL. Two of Farm Journal Media’s print entities were recognized at the Neal Awards during American Business Media’s 61st annual Jesse H. Show More Summary
The upcoming NFL draft is going to offer strong options at the running back position through at least the middle rounds but that isn’t stopping the Chicago Bears from adding some depth at the position.
Over the past three years under former general manager Phil Emery, the Bears have drafted in the first round based on need. With Ryan Pace at the helm now, will that tradition continue? Cornerback Kyle Fuller (2014), guard Kyle Long (2013) and linebacker Shea McClellin (2012) are the last three first-round picks for the Bears. Show More Summary
The Bears' signing of accused rapist and domestic abuser Ray McDonald places in sharp relief just how backwards the modern NFL has become.
Matt Forte has been one of the NFL's most consistent running backs since entering the league in 2008, but the Chicago Bears would be wise to draft a running back who can not only complement Forte this season, but eventually replace him...Show More Summary
It’s obvious the Chicago Bears learned from their brief rift with former linebacker Brian Urlacher and plan to try to avoid a similar situation in dealing with aging free agents Lance Briggs and Charles Tillman. Urlacher became a free...Show More Summary
Every general manager in the NFL strives to find instant contributors with each of his picks in the draft, and the Chicago Bears' Ryan Pace is no different. Pace has been one of the league's busiest general managers since taking over...Show More Summary
Jay Cutler will have to win the starting job with the Chicago Bears and impress new head coach John Fox.
The Bears are still figuring out how best to use Jared Allen, since they’re kind of contractually stuck with him. But after a disappointing first year in Chicago, Allen vows to show everyone this year that he still has plenty left in the tank, and he started that campaign when he met with General Manager…
Seven-time Pro Bowl linebacker Lance Briggs told ESPN.com he has a Monday visit scheduled with the San Francisco 49ers. Briggs just completed his 12th and final season with the Chicago Bears. The Elk Grove, California, native grew up...Show More Summary
BATON ROUGE, La. -- Jeff Ireland knows a good fit when he sees one. So when the New Orleans Saints’ former player personnel director, Ryan Pace, was hired away as the Chicago Bears general manager, Ireland sent a text message to Saints...Show More Summary
Mike Florio discusses John Fox’s comments about having an “open competition” at quarterback, explaining how the Bears have too much invested in Jay Cutler for him not to be their Week 1 starter.
The Chicago Bears have done a nice job of adding depth to their roster via free agency this offseason, but general manager Ryan Pace knows he needs to build his roster through the draft. "The recipe to winning Super Bowls is stringing...Show More Summary
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler could be earning his 2015-16 guaranteed salary of $15.5 million for sitting on the bench. That’s because, according to Coach John Fox (and contrary to previous reports), Cutler isn’t a shoo-in to earn the starting position. He’ll have to fight for it. “It’s all an open competition,” Fox said at […]
When a team wins only five games in a season, it's easy to pick out stats pointing to its poor performance. Out of the many deficient statistical areas the Bears had last season, we decided to point out five key stats this team needs to improve on in 2015. Show More Summary
Mason Foster emerged from free agency upbeat. Sure, the one-year contract he signed with the Chicago Bears on Wednesday was not nearly as lucrative as one he might have earned if injuries didn’t hamper his 2014 season. But the inside linebacker put that what-if behind him a long time ago.
PHOENIX – When Chicago Bears coach John Fox talks about the player on a one-year contract who is hungry and motivated, picture Jarvis Jenkins.