The Chicago Bears have until Dec. 6 to decide whether to activate rookie offensive tackle Teven Jenkins and put him on the active roster.
There is a belief that GM Ryan Pace could have a similar fate as Matt Nagy, and could join the Bears coach in leaving Chicago this offseason.
Still in the Playoff Hunt, Future Fields Plan, Cousins Goes Viral, the Future of Sunday Ticket, and Other Bears Bullets
Technically, the Bears *AREN’T* out of it. But they have more important things to attend do, such as the development of Justin Fields.
Lincoln Riley is Leaving Oklahoma For USC, Which is Opening the Door For Cardinals Coach Kliff Kingsbury?
The football coaching hot stove is heating up — both at the college *AND* NFL levels.
Hello! A rumored short-list of Matt Nagy replacements has already been floated.
OBJ’s Packers Love, How Broncos Spending Spree Impacts Bears, Harbaugh’s Magic Moment, and Other Bears Bullets
Yet *ANOTHER* Sunday of Bearslessness for Chicago sports fans. But that doesn’t mean we won’t be watching.
Bears as a Dream Job, More “Fire Nagy!” Chants, Scouting OSU-Michigan, BoJack Gives Back, and Other Bears Bullets
Some things are bigger than football, such as Bears safety Eddie Jackson giving back to the community in a unique way.
A drama-filled few days for the Chicago Bears ends with key players looking back at a wild and chaotic Thanksgiving week.
Previously, Bears reserve lineman Elijah Wilkinson was placed on the NFL’s COVID reserve list on August 3 and October 24.
Once he is healthy again, Justin Fields will resume his duties as the Chicago Bears’ starting quarterback.
Despite More of the Same Problems, Some Bears Found Thanksgiving Redemption (And Other Bears Bullets)
It wasn’t a pretty win by any stretch of the imagination. But at least it was a satisfying one for some key Bears.
The Bears Didn’t Ruin Thanksgiving By Losing to a Team That Took a 12 Men on the Field Penalty on a PAT
Happy Thanksgiving, Bears fans! Let’s enjoy some victory turkey, ham, mac-and-cheese, and all the other good stuff.
Two teams familiar with second half collapses are almost ready to get back at it…
It’s a lead for the Chicago Bears offense.
Report: The Bears Aren’t Likely to Move On From Matt Nagy With an In-Season Firing (At Least, Right Now)
A mid-season firing doesn’t seem to be in the cards, as Ian Rapoport expects Nagy to get “considerable rope” through the end of the season.
Happy Thanksgiving from the Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions football teams!
After days of silence from upper management, GM Ryan Pace made the first public comments after reports of Matt Nagy’s pending firing.
A drama-filled short turnaround comes to a head later this morning as the Bears and Lions kick off festivities.
Injured Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields isn’t expected to be out for an extended amount of time because of his ribs injury.
It was a chaotic and dysfunctional day at Halas Hall on the Tuesday before the Bears’ Thursday game against the Lions.
The latest twist in a bizarre year for Aaron Rodgers includes an injury that’s new to us.
A tumultuous and chaotic week continues for the spiraling Chicago Bears ahead of their Thanksgiving game against the Detroit Lions.
Having seen Daniel Jones regress under Jason Garrett’s watch, the New York Giants made a change at offensive coordinator.
Allen Robinson Denies Having Input On Podcast Partner’s Report About Bears Players Wanting Matt Nagy Fired
Bears WR Allen Robinson II said his podcast partner’s reporting put him in a “vulnerable” place with his coach and teammates.
Transaction Action: Bears Put CB Duke Shelley on IR, Sign DL Margus Hunt to Active Roster, Bring Back K Brian Johnson
It’s a busy time on the transaction wire for the Bears, with players going here, there, and everywhere ahead of Thursday’s game in Detroit.
The coach was left to answer questions about his pending departure after morning rumors of his possible firing were circulating this morning.
A report of Matt Nagy’s looming departure comes as things are getting ugly at Halas Hall.
Robert Quinn’s redemption tour continues to be one of the highlights of what has been a rough year of Bears football.
Chicago sports fans are not having it right now when it comes to the Bears and Head Coach Matt Nagy.
It doesn’t sounds like anyone should feel safe at Halas Hall right now. When it comes to Matt Nagy and Ryan Pace, the heat is ON.
Report: Andy Dalton Expected to Resume QB1 Duties on Thanksgiving in Place of an Injured Justin Fields
Andy Dalton is set to be back in the saddle as the Chicago Bears’ QB1, taking the place of an injured Justin Fields on Thanksgiving.
It sounds as if some Chicago Bears players are at the end of their rope with Head Coach Matt Nagy.
Bears Players Are “Pissed,” Sick of “Rah-Rah Speeches,” and It Seems Like They Are Hitting a Breaking Point
Frustrations appear to be bubbling over at Halas Hall.
There is no reason to rush Justin Fields into the lineup on Thursday, even if it turns out he avoided a major injury.
Few things are as humbling as watching Matt Nagy’s team flounder and fall apart after the bye due to factors he could control.
Losing to the Ravens on Sunday felt bigger than just another Bears loss, though it did sum up the Matt Nagy Era well.
Matt Nagy Offers No Word on Justin Fields’ Injured Ribs or Status For Thanksgiving Game (UPDATE: Initial Tests Complete)
The Bears play again this coming Thursday, but who their quarterback will be is up in the air because of Justin Fields’ injured ribs.