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Former Bears CB Charles Tillman reportedly training to join FBI

Charles Tillman of the Chicago Bears accepts the award for Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year in 2014. (AP) The “Peanut Punch” might be coming to law enforcement. Former Chicago Bears cornerback Charles “Peanut” Tillman, most famous for...Show More Summary

It turns out former Bears’ CB Charles Tillman left Fox to train to join the FBI

After retiring from the NFL last summer, long-time Chicago Bears’ cornerback Charles “Peanut” Tillman joined Fox Sports as a Fox NFL Kickoff panelist. Tillman didn’t return this year, though, with the show instead adding Tony Gonzalez...Show More Summary

Bears waiving receiver Tanner Gentry

The Bears are waiving wide receiver Tanner Gentry, Adam Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Chicago hopes to re-sign Gentry to the practice squad, per Jahns. The Bears already have lost receivers Cameron Meredith (knee) and Kevin White (shoulder fracture) to season-ending injuries, with Gentry earning a promotion after White went on injured reserve last [more]

Chicago Bears: The waiting game for Mitch Trubisky rolls on

The Chicago Bears have numerous issues. This much should be evident to just about everyone who watched them get steamrolled 29-7 by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. Though as badly as they played, the four turnovers in the first half (three by the quarterback) were what did them in. Show More Summary

Mike Glennon is making it hard for the Bears to be patient about Mitchell Trubisky

It took two weeks for John Fox to have a quarterback controversy on his hands. Mitchell Trubisky is the quarterback of the future for the Chicago Bears. The question is just a matter of when he’ll be handed the reins. The No. 2 pickShow More Summary

Chicago Bears: Will blowout loss to Tampa Bay Bucs force a quarterback change?

The Chicago Bears are 0-2 to start the season. That shouldn’t surprise anyone. What was surprising was how much worse the Bears played in Week 2 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on the road compared to the team’s performance in Week 1 at home against the Atlanta Falcons. Show More Summary

Winston, Buccaneers' defense shine in 29-7 rout of Bears

Jameis Winston threw for 204 yards and one touchdown, helping the Tampa Bay Buccaneers return from an unscheduled bye week forced by Hurricane Irma to open the season with a 29-0 rout of the mistake-prone Chicago Bears        

Fantasy football start/sit advice, Week 2: Tarik Cohen

The Bears’ rookie burst onto the fantasy scene with a big performance in the season opener. Can he keep it going in Week 2? Chicago Bears rookie running back Tarik Cohen shocked the NFL in the first week of the season. The fourth-round...Show More Summary

Jordan Howard injury update: Bears RB questionable vs. Bucs

We break down the fantasy impact of Jordan Howard battling a shoulder injury. The Chicago Bears are listing Jordan Howard as questionable vs. the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 2. Howard is dealing with a shoulder injury that limited him...Show More Summary

Bears rule out Kyle Long

Chicago won’t have offensive lineman Kyle Long tomorrow in Tampa. The Bears announced today that Long wasn’t on the team flight and has been ruled out for Sunday’s game at the Buccaneers. Long had been listed as questionable with an ankle injury. Chicago’s first-round draft pick in 2013, Long made the Pro Bowl in each [more]

Bears Linebacker Jerrell Freeman Played 55 Snaps with Torn Pectoral Muscle, Because Football (Pic)

Chicago Bears linebacker Jerrell Freeman tore a pectoral muscle on the very first play of last Sunday’s season opener against the visiting Atlanta Falcons. One assumes it must have been pretty painful. But you’d never know it judging from the fact that Freeman proceeded to play 55 more snaps before eventually leaving the game with […]

Chicago Bears: In wake of Kevin White injury, tight ends will have larger role

The Chicago Bears offense is far from high flying and conventional. It was that way before Kevin White‘s season-ending injury, and it will only have to become more innovative in tight end usage moving forward. The Bears are depleted at wide receiver. Show More Summary

Chicago Bears Back Off GoBears Hashtag Dispute Over Trademark Concern With Cal

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With the trademarking of hashtags now in full swing, it's about time some light was shone on exactly what type of trademarks are granted on them. The trademarking of hashtags isn't in and of itself perplexing, although it does cause this writer some mild annoyance. Show More Summary

A Tampa homecoming for Bears quarterback Mike Glennon

Chicago Bears quarterback Mike Glennon has a chance for payback returning to Tampa to face the Bucs.        

Atlanta Falcons Vs. Green Bay Packers: Bold Predictions For NFL Week 2 [Opinion]

Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers are fresh off of a 17-9 victory against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 1. Julio Jones, Matt Ryan, and the Atlanta Falcons, however, got off to a slow start, narrowly defeating the Chicago Bears by...Show More Summary

Chicago Bears: Injuries starting to pile up as Jerrell Freeman goes on IR

It’s only one game into the season for the Chicago Bears and they have already lost two significant members of the offense and now one from the defense. After announcing that wide receiver Kevin White would be placed on IR on Tuesday...Show More Summary

Bears place linebacker Jerrell Freeman on injured reserve

The Chicago Bears have placed inside linebacker Jerrell Freeman on injured reserve, another hit for a team coming off a three-win season        

Chicago Bears: The good and bad from Week 1 versus Atlanta Falcons

1 of 6 | NEXT » If there was anything that the Chicago Bears proved in their Week 1 loss to the Atlanta Falcons, it’s that they can still find a way to lose close games. In 2016, almost half (6) of the Bears 13 losses came by six points or less. Show More Summary

The show must go on: Tampa Bay Bucs will host Chicago Bears as scheduled

As much of the state of Florida is still in recovery mode and many are still without power, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Chicago Bears will play their game as scheduled this Sunday. Here is an official press release from the Buccaneers: The Buccaneers' Week 2 matchup with the Bears will be played at @RJStadium. Show More Summary

The Falcons’ opener? Unimpressive. But openers can deceive

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Were I equipped with no institutional memory – or I were utterly disingenuous – I’d take the Atlanta Falcons’ exceedingly halting victory over the Chicago Bears

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