There are some interesting connections between the Bears’ newest business partner and Arlington Park.
It would’ve been a nice storybook ending if Greg Olsen would’ve finished his career in Chicago. But it wasn’t meant to be.
Get ready to see plenty of Justin Fields this summer!
If you’ll recall, the Bears had an interest in signing Tom Brady last season. So this makes you think…
You just never know when an innocent conversation will break out into Bears stadium talk.
Imagine not liking sports. Here’s to more great finishes for the Bears in 2021 and beyond!
Rising fourth-year receiver Anthony Miller has his work cut out for him in what could be a BIG year.
Dolphins linebacker Jerome Baker brings a new data point with his recent extension agreement. What will Roquan Smith seek in a new deal?
Where should the Bears play their home games?
A handful of players who were at Bears minicamp on a tryout basis made a good enough impression to earn a longer look.
After watching Eddie Goldman sit out mandatory minicamp, the Bears brought in some beef for the defensive line.
Chicago’s mayor chimes in after the Bears announce they’re bidding to buy the Arlington International Racecourse property.
The Bears’ lease with Soldier Field runs through 2033. Nevertheless, the city and Chicago Park District are officially on high alert.
Good news regarding the health status of rising second-year cornerback Jaylon Johnson.
Morgan Moses, who paid a visit to Halas Hall not too long ago, seems to be on the cusp of signing a deal with the Jets.
Want to get back to normal? The NFL insists vaccination will get its teams and players there.
WOO HOO! Soldier Field will be full of Bears fans when the regular season begins in September.
Allen Robinson II and the Bears have until July 15 to come to an agreement on a long-term deal. Otherwise, Robinson will play on the Franchise Tag.
Second-round pick, and future starting left tackle, Teven Jenkins is set to sign his rookie deal with the Bears.
Andy Dalton has had his moments as a starting quarterback. Just saying…
Mandatory Highlight Sharing, Troll Rodgers vs. Meme God Brady, Where’s Eddie? And Other Bears Bullets
The Chicago Bears are back. Well, most of them are back…
Successfully receiving a snap from under center is one of the most basic (and important) things that needs to be ironed out during the summertime.
Nose tackle Eddie Goldman, who opted out of playing in 2020, was absent when Tuesday’s mandatory minicamp began.
Matt Nagy offered clarity to a cloudy QB situation.
There’s still that “as I sit here today… “ vibe from the Bears head coach.
Jake Butt suffering an ACL injury in his final college game derailed his football career, but the Bears are giving him a tryout this week.
Jimmy Graham is back for another year with the Bears. But it wasn’t always a guarantee.
I’m reminded the Chicago Bears have the cleanest looking jerseys in the NFL as the team heads into mandatory minicamp this week.
Brandon Marshall, a linebacker with six years of starting experience with the Broncos, paid a visit to Halas Hall for a visit.
It sounds like Matt Nagy will have a hard time not playing Justin Fields to start the season.
Despite getting no traction on an extension, Allen Robinson II reportedly plans on showing up for mandatory minicamp.
A tough competition will shake out below Cole Kmet and Jimmy Graham on the Bears tight end depth chart.
David Montgomery finished the 2020 season on a heater. He and his backfield mates will look to do more damage in 2021.
A strange situation gets more odd with each time Mark Murphy addresses the matter.
Can’t wait to have fans back in the stands at Soldier Field after hearing Justin Fields get the love at Wrigley.
Justin Fields is getting the full #SummertimeChi experience.
Huh? PFF Projects Jordan Love To Be Better Than Justin Fields and On Par with Trevor Lawrence This Year
PFF has some pretty lofty expectations for Jordan Love.