Mercifully, this season is coming to an end this week for the Chicago Bears and their fans. One last visit to division rival Minnesota will wrap up a 2014 season largely considered to be a complete disaster. Jay Cutler is back in the fold and many aren't happy with the way the situation was handled. Show More Summary
The Minnesota Vikings will complete their 2014 schedule when they host the Chicago Bears at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis on Sunday afternoon. There's nothing to play for other than pride for either team, although at least the Vikings...Show More Summary
The finish line has arrived for the Chicago Bears. Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings will bring this brutal 2014 season to a close, for the players, at least. The coaching staff will have to wait a few more days to learn their...Show More Summary
When: 1 p.m. ET Where: TCF Bank Stadium, Minneapolis TV: Fox The Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears square off in what amounts to the Week 17 NFC North undercard, with third place in the division at stake before the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers battle for the division title. Show More Summary
With U-Hauls waiting at the team facilities and warmer destinations on their minds, the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears will face off in frigid Minnesota for the season finale on Sunday. Chicago enters Week 17 in utter disarray following Jay Cutler's benching, Jimmy Clausen's injury and Cutler's eventual quick reinsertion into the lineup. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bears have re-signed defensive lane Austen Lane to replace starter Willie Young, who was placed on injured reserve Tuesday with a torn Achilles. Lane spent the preseason with Chicago before being released during cuts. Lane has played in 30 games in his career since being selected in the fifth round of the 2010…
LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Matt Forte remained upbeat Wednesday despite missing out on being named to his third Pro Bowl as the running back eyes a couple of significant milestones Sunday when the Chicago Bears face the Minnesota Vikings. With...Show More Summary
Bears linebacker Lance Briggs said farewell to Chicago and also weighed in on kicker Robbie Gould's remarks concerning the "Bear way" on his TV show Tuesday night.
Where did it all go wrong for the Chicago Bears, and how did they get to this point? This is the first time in 10 years the Bears have posted double-digit losses, and head coach Marc Trestman must go if the team wants to win again in 2015. It's been said a fish rots from the head down. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bears began the 2014 season with Super Bowl aspirations. Oh how the mighty have fallen. Now, nearly 17 weeks later, the only thing the Bears have to gain with one game to play is draft position. The Bears travel to Minnesota this week to face the Vikings in a matchup that contains zero playoff implications. Show More Summary
SELECTIONS Kyle Long, OG, 2nd Pro Bowl selection: Long earned his second-consecutive Pro Bowl selection, becoming the first Chicago Bears offensive lineman to receive the honor in each of his first two seasons with the franchise. Long became the first Bear since Devin Hester (2006-07) to be named to the Pro Bowl in each of his first two seasons. Show More Summary
LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- The Chicago Bears officially placed defensive end Willie Young on injured reserve due to a torn left Achilles on Tuesday, and brought back defensive end Austen Lane, who spent the preseason with the club. “That’s a tough one,” Bears coach Marc Trestman said of Young’s injury. Show More Summary
Kyle Long will play in the Chicago Bears’ season finale Sunday in Minnesota. The Bears right guard insists he won’t have it any other way.
A season's worth of dysfunction will come to an appropriate conclusion when the Chicago Bears start previously benched quarterback Jay Cutler against the Minnesota Vikings in Sunday's season finale. Revived after a one-week timeout, Cutler will now start a game that means nothing for his future and nothing for the 5-10 Bears. Show More Summary
Chicago Bears wide receiver and Inside The NFL commentator Brandon Marshall has fought a very public battle with a mental disorder known as borderline personality disorder. Apparently, Detroit Lions center Dominic Raiola doesn’t care about Marshall’s plight. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bears’ odd couple will be together again, probably for the last time, Sunday in Minneapolis, not that the Bears coach thinks there’s anything odd or uncomfortable about the fact that the guy he benched last week will be the starter again this week because of necessity. “I said, very specifically, that I believe […]
The Chicago Bears’ game Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings isn’t meaningless for those looking toward the 2015 NFL draft in Chicago. Although a Bears’ win would keep them out of last place in the NFC North, it could cause them to tumble in the draft order.
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is a quarterback who was once considered good. The Tennessee Titans are a team without a quarterback who has ever been good. In this case, given Cutler's body-language critics, instead of nature abhorring...Show More Summary
In a final ironic twist to the end of a lost season: Jay Cutler is once again the starting quarterback for the Chicago Bears. Just like that.In yet another surprise twist in a season full of unpredictability, the Bears announced Monday...Show More Summary
The best soap opera going in the NFL this year had several well-conceived dramatic story lines running through today’s (...)