The Bears are wisely playing it cool with some of their top players nursing injuries during practice.
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An early round of good news from the Bears regarding the injury status of Khalil Mack and Prince Amukamara.
Watching Mitch Trubisky put together a record-setting year would be neat.
Bill Belichick favorably compared the Bears to the Chiefs, who are regarded as one of the NFL’s best offenses. Say what?
That was a costly win for some … in more ways than one.
I’m really tired of that Rodgers guy.
Ho hum! The Patriots are favored, but the oddsmakers envision a high-scoring contest against the Bears.
Khalil Mack played through an ankle injury one NFL insider believes would have kept most others out of the lineup.
If history repeats itself, then we can start booking our Super Bowl plans now!
It’s Brock Osweiler vs. the Bears in a pivotal Week 6 matchup.
It’s the new Bears offense vs. the guys who used to run the old Bears offense.
Ryan Tannehill’s Status “Up in the Air” … But Signs Are Pointing to Brock Osweiler Starting Against Bears
The Bears could be facing another backup quarterback.
Taylor Gabriel is something else!
Prince Amukamara and Eric Kush Were Full Participants at Practice Today and Are Expected to Play Sunday
I’ve become so used to being the bearer of bad news on the injury front, I don’t know what to say when I have good news.
Loosen up a bit, dude.
The road to a potential NFC North title goes through the AFC East.
A “humbling” incident led Akiem Hicks to issue an apology to his teammates. Now, the only thing left to do is to “destroy everything.”
Establishing the run has opened up huge windows for Mitch Trubisky to throw from out of play action.
Mitch Trubisky is keeping his sleeve. Can’t hurt, but it could help.
James Daniels could be the next man up on the Bears offensive line with starter Eric Kush landing on the injury report.
Some good news has emerged from the first injury report of Week 6.
As the cast on Leonard Floyd’s hand shrinks, our hope for his bright future grows.
Chicago loves Khalil Mack and the feeling is mutual.
Mitch Trubisky confirms he’ll be rocking the sleeve on Sunday against the Dolphins.
Fingers are crossed for the second-round pick who the Bears hope returns healthy.
One of those “you don’t know what you’ve got ’til it’s gone situations.
The arrow is pointing up for Mitch Trubisky, who has come a long way since making his debut a year ago tonight.
The new-look special teams unit led by a Dave Toub disciple is getting it done.
Jordan Howard made a wise decision in taking the high road as the Bears approach running back by committee territory.
Drew Brees is the new gold standard when it comes to slinging the pigskin.