The chants were LOUD.
Oh, No: Justin Fields Went to the Locker Room With a Possible Injury, Andy Dalton is Coming In (UPDATES)
Ugh. You hate to see this.
The Bears are back from the bye. Greeting them at Soldier Field are the AFC North leading Ravens, who will be without Lamar Jackson.
There is some serious star power on today’s list of inactive players in the Bears-Ravens game.
Report: A “Non-COVID Virus” Swept Through the Ravens Organization, Which is Affecting Lamar Jackson (And Others)
It really doesn’t sounds like Lamar Jackson is himself due to an illness that has limited his practice participation.
Now that you mention it, the Chicago Bears should play at Wrigley Field one more time. For old time’s sake.
Return of the Mack (Kinda): The Bears Are Elevating Khalil’s Brother Ledarius From the Practice Squad
After placing Khalil Mack on season-ending IR, the Bears are flexing his younger brother Ledarius from the practice squad.
A Non-COVID Illness Puts Ravens QB Lamar Jackson as Questionable to Play vs. Bears (UPDATE: He’s Reportedly ‘50-50’)
Lamar Jackson, who told reporters he was “feeling great” on Friday, is back on the injury report and questionable to play on Sunday.
Once again, Wrigley Field is home to football.
In More Troubling Injury News, the Bears Will Also Be Without Akiem Hicks (And Probably Allen Robinson II)
The injuries continue to pile up for the Bears, who are coming off the bye to face a loaded flock of Ravens.
Some moves before Sunday’s game.
Confidence in Fields, Ravens Want to Get Right, Jags Possible Regret, When Will Mack Be Back? and Other Bears Bullets
While the Bears patiently await the return of Khalil Mack, there is growing confidence in the abilities of Justin Fields.
The Bears Are Reportedly Signing Khalil Mack’s Former Raiders Teammate Bruce Irvin to Help Their Pass-Rush
Bruce Irvin, who played along side Khalil Mack while with the Raiders, is reportedly signing with the Bears while Mack is on the mend.
So, this is how the other side lives?
Lamar Jackson Missed Another Practice Due to a Non-COVID Illness (And Hollywood Brown Isn’t Practicing Either)
Both the Ravens *AND* Bears have significant star power not practicing on Thursday.
Building an offense around your players’ skills is already beginning to pay off. Who would have thought of such a thing?
With Matt Nagy’s Future Clear As Mud, There’s Nothing Wrong With Getting a Head Start on Identifying Future Candidates
It’s never too early to get acquainted with possible head coach candidates who could be persons of interest for the Bears.
The Chicago Bears head coach says some things that make you go hmmm and scratch your head in disbelief.
The First Injury Report After the Bye is OUT … And Khalil Mack, Allen Robinson II, Akiem Hicks, and Eddie Jackson Didn’t Practice
The first Bears injury report after the bye is loaded with impact players who did not practice on Wednesday.
Ex-Bears Defensive Coordinator Mel Tucker is Reportedly on the Cusp of a $95M Extension from Michigan State
With his time in Chicago a distant memory, Mel Tucker’s glow up in college football can’t be ignored.
The NFL is coming off a week that featured the highest number of positive COVID results all year. So maybe heightened protocols makes sense.
Chicago Ald. George Cardenas is taking the idea of selling team “stock” and putting it on an entirely different plane of existence:
It looks like some teams might be having some regrets regarding how they went about addressing QB concerns this offseason.
I wouldn’t be surprised to hear chatter surrounding the idea of the NFL’s mega-expansion grow louder down the line.
The Bears have questions they must answer when it comes to getting Teven Jenkins back in the swing of things. So let’s answer some…
Teven Jenkins will be getting some run at two different offensive line positions as he hits the comeback trail.
Watching the DeAndre Houston-Carson glow-up has been a treat.
A Packers stock sale could generate $90 million, which would go directly toward improving the game-day fan experience at Lambeau Field.
The Playoff Hunt, Refs Give Pack a Break, the Unstoppable Taylor Swift Backfield, and Other Bears Bullets
The Bears have better odds of playing playoff spoiler than they do of making the postseason. But Justin Fields will keep us engaged.
Teven Jenkins, the Bears’ 2021 second-round pick, is set to begin practicing with the team today.
Getting Your Fields Fix, Sunday’s Rooting Interests, Saturday’s College Fun, and Other Bears Bullets
No Bears football for us this Sunday? No problem.
Jon Gruden, who resigned as Raiders head coach in October, is suing the NFL and its commissioner, Roger Goodell.