The stars are aligning for Porter to have his best season as a pro, and I’m so down.
Woo! The Bulls Are .500 (Laughs/Cries), Gafford’s Double-Double, White’s Performance, and Other Bullets
Have a Summer League, Daniel Gafford.
The Bulls need to stay calm!
A chippy game on a sloppy field was no place for Mitch Trubisky to make his NFL debut.
Kyle Long, the three-time Pro Bowl lineman, hasn’t played at all this preseason, but could be ready by the first game.
Things were already tough, but any injuries that keep a Bears starting cornerback on the sidelines really hurts.
John Fox was not happy with how Roberto Aguayo practiced on Friday, making a rather unsavory comparison.
One Analyst Says Trubisky Could Beat Glennon, Become the Week 1 Starting QB – It Has Happened Before
“It would not stun me to have this kid really flash in preseason and win the job outright.” Woah.
Potential Cutler-Gase Reunion, Ex-Bear Says Team Doing ‘Horrible Job’ with QBs, Fuller Returns, and Other Bullets
Well, well, well, look who wants to return to the playing field.
Healthy White Returns, Why Cruz Is Ahead of Everyone Else, Camp Holdouts, Bennett The Cheesehead, and Other Bullets
Victor Cruz operates a few steps ahead of everyone else in the Bears’ locker room, and for good reason.
UPDATE: Mitchell Trubisky Signs Rookie Contract Reportedly Worth $29 Million As Bears Rookies Report To Camp
Mitch Trubisky has signed his rookie contract and is ready to roll as training camp for rookies gets underway.
The Bears’ 2016 draft class has put the team in a good position moving into 2017.
A healthy Kevin White could soften the blow of losing Alshon Jeffery to the Eagles in free agency.
John Fox is feeling the good vibes as mandatory mini-camp begins.
The Chicago Bears’ secondary has made creating turnovers a point of emphasis for the 2017 season.
The Bears’ secondary ranked 31st in one offseason ranking, but perhaps things aren’t all that bad in the defensive backfield.
Hell yes! Go out there and dominant, lady!
Maybe Zeke will follow in Tebow’s footsteps … nah!
Ideally, Mitch Trubisky is a long-term fixture at a position that has been anything but stable over the years. But is he truly an instant fit?
The Bears signed free agent quarterbacks Mike Glennon and Mark Sanchez, yet still have a need at football’s most important position.
The 25-year-old looked to be a solid back-up option last year in the preseason before a leg injury ended his year.
Suddenly, the picture at the top of the draft looks even more unclear. And it was already fairly unclear.
Jay Cutler Rumors: Getting Something in Trade, Broncos Reunion, Cardinals Interest, Contract Details, More
The Jay Cutler rumor mill has new life today.
Considering the free agent quarterback landscape, a good deal for Kush, and much more.
A look at what Phil Emery left behind. Inside John Fox’s favorite Senior Bowl tales. Letting loose at the Pro Bowl. And more.
The Bears new running backs coach has experience coaching both sides of the ball at the college and NFL level.
I guess he’s just good at everything.
Even professional athletes have their wipeout moments.
This is both funny and inspiring. Seriously.
Editor’s Note: Yes, it’s that time of year again – the time for us to settle back into our protective bubble where the Chicago Cubs are destined for greatness, and every other team in the National League Central is bound for spectacular failure. If you’d care to check out last year’s fare: St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati […]
Coming into Spring Training, few things were assumed. But one locked-down assumption was that second base would feature a platoon between Blake DeWitt and Jeff Baker. DeWitt, a lefty, would start against right-handed pitchers, and Baker, a righty (who destroys lefty pitching), would start against left-handed pitchers. Done and done. But then DeWitt struggled to […]
While it has been assumed by most that, since he was acquired last year in the Ted Lilly trade, Blake DeWitt was *the* Chicago Cubs’ second baseman until further notice, I suspected that he could find himself in a bit of a battle this Spring with infielder Jeff Baker and possibly an up-and-comer like Darwin […]
One of the primary tasks for GM Jim Hendry in the early part of 2011 will be to sign the Cubs’ five (though it should be four… Koyie Hill…) remaining arbitration-eligible players. Heading into 2011, the Cubs’ only major piece of unfinished business is to sign arbitration eligible players Carlos Marmol, Tom Gorzelanny, Sean Marshall, […]
The Cubs Caravan – a touring group of executives, coaches and players who stop at schools in the Chicago area – has set its schedule for the 2011 iteration. The winter junket features two tours of players, coaches and front-office personnel visiting six cities, five elementary schools and two high schools. The Caravan also will […]
Per multiple reports, the Chicago Cubs have traded pitcher Ted Lilly and second baseman Ryan Theriot to the Los Angeles Dodgers. Part of the return is expected to be second baseman Blake DeWitt, but no word yet on dollars and the rest of the return. We’ll keep you posted. UPDATE: Looks like the Cubs are […]
Chicago Cubs second baseman Ryan Theriot told his friends yesterday that he expected to be traded by the Cubs today, according to Gordon Wittenmyer. Theriot, who is making $2.6 million this year, is under team control through 2011, but given his salary and lack of correlative performance, he’s a non-tender candidate. Don’t expect the Cubs to […]
With trade partners dwindling, the Chicago Cubs might be able to package two of their movable parts together in one deal with the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Dodgers are talking to the Cubs about a trade for both left-hander Ted Lilly and second baseman Ryan Theriot, according to a major-league source. It is not known […]