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Super Bowl XLIX -- Cowboys Rule ... Even Ones from Chicago (TMZ TV)

All those celeb football fans swarming to Phoenix for the Super Bowl better polish up their spurs and belt buckles -- cause they're entering cowboy country!It's something Bears superstar Jared Allen is fully embracing... since he bothered to brush…

Bears sign LB DeDe Lattimore to two-year extension

The Bears have signed one of their defensive reserves and special teams contributors to a new deal. Chicago has extended linebacker DeDe Lattimore’s contract through 2016, the team said Friday. Lattimore appeared in 10 games for Chicago in 2014, notching five special teams tackles, per club statistics. A South Florida product, Lattimore signed with the

Chicago Bears: An Early Look at Potential 2015 Schemes and Best Draft Fits

Now that the Chicago Bears have a completely new coaching staff in place, the organization can start focusing on what schemes they want to run offensively and defensively and whom they can target in the 2015 NFL draft. John Fox was hired...Show More Summary

With coach, Bears go tried-and-true Pete Carroll-Bill Belichick route

PHOENIX — Nothing against the tired debate over the Patriots' deflated footballs or Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch's hot air, but the week's most compelling comments for a visitor from Chicago came courtesy of the NFL's most refreshing retread coach.

Rebuilding the Defense Tops Long List of Priorities for Bears This Offseason

New Chicago Bears head coach John Fox knows a thing or two about rebuilding a franchise. He also knows a thing or two about coaching defense. His expertise in both areas helped make Fox a perfectly qualified candidate to take over the...Show More Summary

Why the Chicago Bears Absolutely Must Retain Lance Briggs

The Chicago Bears have 20 unrestricted free agents entering the 2015 offseason, and none are more important to retain than Lance Briggs. What looked like a closed door has now cracked opened with a new regime in town. Briggs recently...Show More Summary

Jay Feely questions leadership of Jay Cutler, Marc Trestman

Veteran NFL kicker Jay Feely thinks “Jay Cutler can win on the field,” but questioned the quarterback’s ability to assume a true leadership role for the Chicago Bears. Feely signed with the Bears back in December as a replacement for starter Robbie Gould, who suffered a season-ending right quadriceps injury. Show More Summary

Aaron Rodgers -- Surprise Hang Out Sesh With Military Kids

Not even a Chicago Bears fan could hate this video of Aaron Rodgers paying a surprise visit to four kids... who lost a parent in the military. Grab the Kleenex. The Green Bay Packers quarterback met with 3 sisters -- Alexis, Starr and Kylee --…

Brian Urlacher, Martellus Bennett hit Super Bowl interview circuit

In the lead-up to Super Bowl XLIX, some current and former Chicago Bears made the rounds for interviews, discussing subjects ranging from the actual game to junior-high crushes. “Mike & Mike” caught up with former Bears linebacker Brian...Show More Summary

Chicago Bears: Who Stays and Who Goes in 2015 Free Agency?

It has been an offseason full of changes for the Chicago Bears ever since the organization opted to fire general manager Phil Emery and head coach Marc Trestman in late December. Now that Ryan Pace is in place as general manager andShow More Summary

Bears name Clint Hurtt outside linebackers coach

The Bears have brought several of John Fox’s assistants to Chicago from Denver since hiring Fox as their head coach, but one member of the 2014 staff will be sticking around. Clint Hurtt was the defensive line coach in 2014 and will remain on the staff in 2015 as the team’s outside linebackers coach. The

Role change for assistant hints at move toward 3-4 defense

3 days agoSports : Globetrotting

At first glance, the Chicago Bears’ latest coaching announcement may not seem like a landmark move.

Midround NFL Draft Targets Who Could Start in Year 1 for the Chicago Bears

The mark of a good general manager and his scouting team is the ability to identify quality talent in the NFL draft and find starters in the midrounds. This is an area in which the Chicago Bears have not had much recent success. GM Ryan Pace's first draft will be one to watch for sure. Show More Summary

Broncos announce a couple of assistants

John Fox landed in Chicago as the new head coach of the Bears shortly after parting ways with the Broncos, who have hired a member of last year’s Bears staff as their new linebackers coach. Reggie Herring will be making the opposite trip from the one Fox took earlier this month to join Gary Kubiak’s…

Futures of Ndamukong Suh, Randall Cobb Highlight Free Agency in the NFC North

For the 13th time in the last 15 years, no team from the NFC North has advanced to represent the conference at the Super Bowl. While the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks prepare for Super Bowl XLIX, the Chicago Bears, Detroit...Show More Summary

Jay Rodgers joins Bears' staff

The Chicago Bears announced Sunday they reached agreement with Jay Rodgers to become the club’s defensive line coach. Rodgers, who is the older brother of recently hired special-teams coordinator Jeff Rodgers, worked the last six seasons...Show More Summary

Bears hire another former Broncos assistant

John Fox brought offensive coordinator Adam Gase with him from Denver to Chicago and now the team has added another member of the 2014 Broncos offensive coaching staff to the ranks. The Bears announced that they have hired Bo Hardegree as an offensive assistant. Hardegree was an offensive quality control coach in Denver in 2014,…

Bears add Dowell Loggains, Glenn Pires

Dowell Loggains has traded one underachieving pupil for another. The former Browns quarterbacks coach has been hired for the same position in Chicago, which means that Loggains will shift from Johnny Football to Jay(ke) Cutler. Loggains...Show More Summary

Charles Tillman Rumors: Latest Buzz and Speculation Surrounding Free Agent CB

Charles Tillman managed to play just 10 games in the past two seasons for the Chicago Bears, and the 33-year-old has therefore hit the free-agent market. However, Tillman hinted at a possible return to Chicago on Friday, Jan. 23: Tillman's...Show More Summary

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