Kicker Robbie Gould becomes the Bears' all-time leading scorer.
On this day in NFL history, 31 years ago, Walter Payton passed Jim Brown to break the NFL rushing record.
Former Bears safety Doug Plank joins Tom, Jeff and Larry on Bears Roundtable to discuss his playing days and tough-nosed mentality.
Brian Piccolo Award winner Kyle Fuller and Piccolo author Jeannie Morris talk about the man and the award that has been presented in his honor since 1970.
NFL Media's Judy Battista goes through the career and legacy of Hall of Fame linebacker Dick Butkus, explaining he is a true "son of Chicago."
The Bears selected Mike Ditka fifth overall in the 1961 draft, but the Hall of Fame tight end thought another team was going to draft him to play linebacker.
"Caught in the Draft" takes a look at Jackson State, which was the focus of many NFL scouts in 1975. Jackson State running back Walter Payton, fullback Rickey Young, and linebacker Robert Brazile were considered as can't miss NFL prospects.
Former Bears running back Gale Sayers and linebacker Dick Butkus talk about how the Chicago Bears signed both of them in the 1965 draft with the third and fourth pick overall.
When Commander George Halas returned to active duty in the Navy, his life-long business partner, Ralph Brizzolara ran the team. Ralph's son Charles shares his favorite memories, including one special championship season.
Chicago Bears Hall of Fame running back Walter Payton rushed for 16,726 yards and 110 touchdowns during his career. He set the standard for the modern day running back leaving the game at the top of the record books. Watch how he did it over the course of his legendary career.