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  • Vietnam Vets' bond takes them to Super Bowl

    Posted Feb 16, 2018

    Veterans Jim Zwit and Randy Kusiak forged a lifetime friendship in the Vietnamese jungle with their shared love of the Bears. That bond recently earned them a trip to the Super Bowl.

  • Bears surprise fans with Super Bowl Tickets

    Posted Jan 31, 2018

    Mitchell Trubisky, Akiem Hicks, Tarik Cohen, and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell surprise fans with tickets to the Super Bowl.

  • Cunningham, Shaheen holiday shopping spree

    Posted Dec 26, 2017

    Benny Cunningham and Adam Shaheen take kids on a holiday shopping spree at Meijer.

  • Thank You Bears Fans

    Posted Dec 24, 2017

    Mitchell Trubisky, Jordan Howard, Tarik Cohen, Akiem Hicks and Zach Miller share their appreciation for the support from Bears fans in 2017.

  • Chicago Sports Alliance Announcement

    Posted Dec 20, 2017

    Operating collectively as the Chicago Sports Alliance, The Chicago Bears, Blackhawks, Bulls, Cubs and White Sox are joining together to work on addressing the critical issue of violence in our city.

  • Players Visit Children’s Hospital

    Posted Dec 19, 2017

    More than two dozen Bears players met with young cancer patients and handed out teddy bears.

  • Acho on Man of Year Nominee

    Posted Dec 19, 2017

    Sam Acho, the Bears’ nominee for the Walter Payton Man of the Year award, talks about why giving back is so important.

  • Tarik Cohen grants fan's wish

    Posted Dec 5, 2017

    Bears running back Tarik Cohen welcomed Quinn Lisak to practice. The 12-year-old was recently diagnosed with Leukemia and it was his wish to meet Cohen.

  • Bears unbox My Cause My Cleats

    Posted Nov 28, 2017

    Catch the Bears checking out their #MyCauseMyCleats the first time.

  • Bears send their thanks on Veteran's Day

    Posted Nov 11, 2017

    The Chicago Bears take a moment to send some quick messages to the service men and women who have served or are currently serving our country. Use the hashtag #SaluteToService and the NFL will donate $5 to its military nonprofit partners, up to a total of $5 million.

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