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Report: Ryan Mundy suing Schutt for injury suffered from helmet

Former Chicago Bears safety Ryan Mundy is suing helmet manufacturer Schutt due to a head wound suffered in a 2014 preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks left him with permanent scarring. According to TMZ, Mundy is alleging that the helmet he used sliced open a five-and-a-half inch gash in his forehead that required 17 stitches…

Ryan Mundy, Former NFL Player, Suing Helmet Manufacturer over 2014 Injury

Former Chicago Bears safety Ryan Mundy filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Schutt Sports for what he says was a faulty helmet during a 2014 preseason game. Per Matthew Hendrickson of the Chicago Sun-Times, citing a lawsuit filed in CookShow More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Kanye West’s unreleased 1997 beat tape bears few traces of his genius

By September 1997, pop-culture phenom Kanye West was just 20 years old and already a rising producer in the hip-hop world, but his renown was still largely confined to the Chicago music scene. His breakthrough work on Jay Z’s The Blueprint...Show More Summary

Charlie Moore to Cal: Bears Land 4-Star PG Prospect

Charlie Moore, a 4-star point guard out of Chicago, committed to the California Golden Bears Wednesday one month after rescinding his commitment to the Memphis Tigers. The floor general made his decision official with a post on Twitter: According...Show More Summary

Top recruit Moore picks Cal

Memphis’ loss is California’s gain. Chicago prep point guard Charlie Moore has committed to Cuonzo Martin and the Golden Bears, he announced Wednesday night. “Thanks to all the coaches who recruited me but this upcoming year I will be part of the Cal family,” Moore wrote on Twitter. A consensus top-100 player in the 2016 […]

Bears' Leonard Floyd reminds himself to eat more with phone alarms

Most of us don't need to remind ourselves to eat more. Sadly, the opposite is often true. But for Chicago Bears first-round pick Leonard Floyd, it's all part of his new daily routine. Although the team says Floyd's weight — which hovered...Show More Summary

Bears sign three from tryout, including D-II speedster

If you’re going to stand out from the herd in a rookie minicamp tryout, it helps to have one unique quality. The Bears are giving a shot to such a guy, who impressed them with his raw speed. Via Mark Potash of the Chicago Sun-Times, the Bears signed three rookies from their tryouts — North Dakota…

Claw Machine Prank

last weekHumor / odd : Neatorama

Fans of the Chicago Bears football team were excited! Inside this giant claw machine was a life-size plush verison of Staley, the team mascot. It would be an incredible prize, if only they could move it to the drop bin. What they didn't know was that the plush bear was actually a person inside a Staley suit. (Video Link) -via Tastefully Offensive

John Fox says practice fields are in better shape

The headline at the Chicago Sun-Times suggests that Bears coach John Fox has taken issue with criticism of  the team’s practice fields from former Bears safety Antrel Rolle. Fox’s comments, however, suggest that Rolle may have been onto something. “[W]e’re trying to get better at everything, including our fields,” Fox said, via Adam L. Jahns…

Chicago Bears Want Alshon Jeffery In Camp, Are They Close To A New Deal?

The Chicago Bears want Alshon Jeffery at their training facilities. Bears’ coaches, players and fans can be at ease knowing that Alshon Jeffery did sign the one-year tender offer that is given to players who were franchise tagged this offseason. Show More Summary

A Texas Tale: Death of Nam Sarcy

This weird Texas tale was published in The Chicago Tribune on October 1, 1899:A Texas rancher named Nam Sarcy was a famous bear hunter, and had scoured the woods in the neighborhood of his home in Antelope Canyon, in Edwards County,Show More Summary

Dowell Loggains Comments on Jay Cutler, Bears Offense and More

The departure of former offensive coordinator Adam Gase will not adversely affect Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler this upcoming season, according to his new offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains. As Chicago's quarterbacks coachShow More Summary

Chicago Bears mascot terrifies young children; we approve

We're generally pro-kid, but our patience wears very very thin when forced to spend time in kids' arcades. A hearty salute, then, to Staley, the Chicago Bears' mascot, who introduces to the classic Claw game a new element: pure terror. The...Show More Summary

Bears Building a Winner Around Cutler on Both Sides of the Ball

When many NFL fans think of their team attempting to build a strong supporting cast around their quarterback, it's understandable for them to think first of adding weapons in the passing game. But the Chicago Bears are taking a different...Show More Summary

Bears promoting from within to replace college scouting director

After losing their college scouting director after one year, the Bears are going in-house for a replacement who has been there a while. According to Adam Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times, the Bears are promoting college scout Mark Sadowski to replace Joe Douglas, who is leaving for a personnel director job with the Eagles. The Bears

Matt Slauson to Chargers: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

Free-agent offensive lineman Matt Slauson signed a two-year deal with the San Diego Chargers, according to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle and Adam Caplan of ESPN. Slauson, 30, was cut by the Chicago Bears this offseason after three years with the team. You can follow Timothy Rapp on Twitter. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Bears finally sign a draft pick

In past years, the Bears were among the first to get their draft picks signed. This year, they’re lagging. Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports that the Bears have signed cornerback Deiondre’ Hall, the first draft pick under contract from this year’s class. The change likely comes from the decision to replace Cliff Stein as…

Cruis'n Adventure coin-op game spotted in Chicago

Arcade Heroes, the self-professed saviors of coin-op gaming, took notice of a game sporting the Cruis'n logo back in 2015. Just recently the site posted a photo of a cabinet bearing the name Cruis'n Adventure, a new multiplayer racing...Show More Summary

Bears’ Lamarr Houston Says Ezekiel Elliott’s Draft-Day Outfit Was ‘Disrespectful’ (Video)

Chicago Bears linebacker Lamarr Houston was a guest on ESPN’s SportsNation and he first took shots at rival Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers and how he doesn’t like his arrogance. He then spoke on the Dallas Cowboys 4th overall draft pick, Ezekiel Elliott and his draft day half shirt which he found to be […]

Lamarr Houston Says Aaron Rodgers Is 'A Little Too Arrogant'

Aaron Rodgers is many things. He's the star quarterback for the Green Bay Packers. He's a Super Bowl champion. He's a five-time Pro Bowler and a two-time MVP. And according to Chicago Bears linebacker Lamarr Houston, he's arrogant. "He's a little arrogant for me. Show More Summary

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