Mitch Trubisky shared his disappointment in the first-team offense’s struggles and took ownership, rather than make excuses.
Bears GM Ryan Pace feels like a broken record when discussing the Roquan Smith situation.
James Daniels sure looked good at his natural position.
That could have gone better for the Bears.
The first-teamers are ready to take the stage.
Are you ready for some football?
Rashaad Coward’s progress as an offensive lineman is worth watching tonight and as the preseason goes on.
Roquan Smith wasn’t going to play much in the first two preseason games, but the clock is ticking.
Remember the last time the Bears were in Cincinnati?
Jordan Howard’s playing status is uncertain, but at least he’s traveling with the team to Cincinnati.
Mitch Trubisky’s grade entering the 2018 season is a bit different than the one that was given to him after his rookie season ended. What gives?
The Bears have some big (literally and figuratively) things in store for the offense when it comes to splitting time among the tight ends.
The deadline to have traded Smith without having a signed deal has passed. So what’s next?
You don’t expect the Green Bay Packers quarterback to be one to have a short fuse.
I can’t blame Matt Nagy if he’s had it up to here with Roquan Smith questions.
Which legendary Bears player is getting a gold jacket in the future? Briggs? Tillman? Hester? Kreutz? Who’s got next?
James Daniels is re-visiting a familiar role along the offensive line.
Mitch Trubisky opens up on building relationships with teammates, coaches, and putting in extra work to sharpen up his deep ball skills.
Jordan Howard (Knee) Missed Practice, But His Absence Could Help Resolve a Preseason Position Battle
If Jordan Howard can’t go, then Benny Cunningham and Taquan Mizzell figure to get some additional action.
The Bears backup QB went undercover at camp.
Matt Nagy has some explaining to do after throwing a pick to Kyle Fuller.
A new batch of free agents and draft picks has NFL analysts feeling better about the Bears’ receiving corps.
Coach still has it!
It’s all about to come together for Mitch Trubisky and the Bears offense.
With most starters sitting out, the Bears’ young players had a chance to step in and show out … and they did just that.