Finally, everyone from the Bears’ rookie class of 2018 is in the fold.
Oddsmakers don’t see the Bears as a team in the running for Khalil Mack.
A conclusion is drawing near with regards to Roquan Smith’s contract holdout.
If Cody Whitehair is the Bears’ No. 1 center, then James Daniels will have to look elsewhere for a starting gig.
We’re almost at a point where the Bears (and Roquan Smith) will be negatively affected by this contract holdout.
Allen Robinson’s return is on the horizon.
There’s still a ton of untapped upside in Adam Shaheen, some of which was on display on Thursday.
Training camp is over and things are about to heat up.
James Daniels isn’t moving to center just yet.
The Chicago Bears’ running backs room became a little more crowded.
Game recognize game … and Anthony Miller is trying to model some of his after one of the best to do it in the NFL.
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?