The Bears have some important decisions to make next year and they’ll have a little more cap space than expected once they start going about their business.
Allen Robinson (hip) didn’t practice on Wednesday and we’re hoping it’s just a veteran’s day off.
It’s back to work for QB1, who needs to refine his mechanics after a two-week layoff.
Kyle Fuller is out seeking redemption in the form of an Aaron Rodgers interception.
Bryce Callahan was having a well-timed break-out year ahead of free agency before it was derailed by a season-ending foot injury.
The city of Oakland doesn’t want the Raiders back, but they’re not letting the team leave without getting what they believe is rightfully theirs.
Big plays come in all sizes.
Akiem Hicks has a long memory and is ready to take on Aaron Rodgers in a showdown at Soldier Field.
When push came to shove, the Bears landed one jarring blow after another before the Rams ultimately threw in the towel.
Losing Bryce Callahan after such a big win is so deflating.
All the Bears have to do in order to win the NFC North is beat the Packers on Sunday. Easy, peezy, lemon squeezy!
John DeFilippo was supposed to use the Vikings OC gig as a stepping-stone. Instead, he’s been abruptly ousted in Minnesota.
A game ball for everyone!
In some respects, it’s back to the drawing board for QB1.
There were 3,288 worth of moving parts on Matt Nagy’s latest trick play.
Ouch, this one could hurt.
The Bears could clinch a playoff spot as soon as Sunday!
The Bears were winners last night to make the 2018 season – at minimum – a winning one.
It’s a primetime showdown that Hollywood execs would envy.
So here we are with two contenders about to get it on under the lights on Sunday Night Football.
Jared Goff is good. But is he cold-weather good?
Baseball terminology can be directly applied to the Bears’ quest for a division title.
Anthony Miller is the perfect guy to get us going on this football Sunday.
If the velocity is there on Mitch Trubisky’s fastball, then I say let ‘er rip!
Khalil Mack is making everyone around him better, including a once-slumping Leonard Floyd.
A bet on the Bears is essentially banking on Khalil Mack taking over … and one I’d be willing to make.
The 2018 Bears are at a similar place to where the 2017 Rams were at this time last year.
The initial feelings of worry that popped up when Eddie Jackson showed up on the injury report have subsided.
No one embodies the 2018 Bears like Tarik Cohen, who is making the most of increased playing time.