Alshon Jeffery isn't concerned about replacing Brandon Marshall as the Bears' No. 1 receiver or posting Pro Bowl numbers. His only focus is on helping to lead his team to a title.
Bears rookie Eddie Goldman is enjoying working with veteran teammate Jeremiah Ratliff, a player Goldman has tried to emulate since high school.
News, notes and nuggets from a busy Saturday at Bears training camp include items on the team's first padded practice, rookie Kevin White's status and more.
The 2015 Chicago Bears Meijer Family Fest at Soldier Field next Saturday will feature a live scrimmage and family-friendly activities.
In their short time together, Bears cornerback Tim Jennings has quickly become a big fan of first-year defensive coordinator Vic Fangio.
Free-agent acquisition Pernell McPhee is determined to put some teeth back into a Bears defense that lost both its bark and its bite over the past two seasons.
First-year Bears receiver Eddie Royal has picked up in training camp where he left off in offseason workouts, making impressive catches like the one he produced Friday in Bourbonnais.
The speed training that Bears running back Matt Forte added to his workout regimen during the offseason is already paying dividends in training camp.
No one was more excited to be back on the practice field Thursday than Bears outside linebacker Lamarr Houston, who missed the final eight games last season with a torn ACL.
After a disappointing first season with the Bears last year, veteran pass rusher Jared Allen is embracing the opportunity to move from defensive end to outside linebacker this season.
Former Bears center Mike Pyle passed away Wednesday at the age of 76. Pyle played all nine seasons of his NFL career with the Bears from 1961-69.
Having recovered from last year's season-ending leg injuries, Willie Young and Lamarr Houston both have been cleared to participate in the Bears' first training camp practice Thursday.
The Bears reported to training camp Wednesday with a new attitude - fueled by GM Ryan Pace and coach John Fox - that players believe will lead to sustained success.
Bears first-round draft pick Kevin White will open training camp on the physically unable to perform list due to a shin injury he sustained last month in OTA workouts.
Bears players arrive in Bourbonnais Wednesday to begin training camp at Olivet Nazarene University and ChicagoBears.com will be there to provide complete coverage.