With Lance Briggs and Jonathan Bostic both listed as doubtful for Sunday’s road game against the New England Patriots, it appears that the Bears will remain shorthanded at linebacker.
Larry Mayer and Eli Kaberon of ChicagoBears.com discuss the Bears players they'll be watching on both sides of the ball in Sunday's road game against the New England Patriots.
National and local media outlets make their picks for Sunday's game between the Bears (3-4) and Patriots (5-2) at Gillette Stadium.
When the Bears face coach Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots Sunday at Gillette Stadium, they’ll be challenged by the NFL’s top-ranked pass defense.
Jay Cutler understands Brandon Marshall and the frustration that led to the receiver's post-game rant last Sunday. Said Cutler: "Brandon wants to win. He wants to see this team do as well as possible."
Behind quarterback Tom Brady, the New England offense is still one of the league's best, despite several changes in personnel and scheme.
Healthy again after missing three games with a concussion he suffered in a Week 2 win over the 49ers, Bears defensive tackle Jeremiah Ratliff is emerging as a disruptive force.
Contrary to the views expressed by some outside Halas Hall this week, veteran defensive end Jared Allen doesn’t believe that the Bears lack leadership in their locker room.
The Bears defense will face a difficult challenge Sunday in New England against a potent Patriots offense that's led by future Hall of Famer Tom Brady.
Tom Brady is dominant in October, is great at home and has never lost to the Bears, making this week's matchup with the Patriots extra challenging.
From teaching new players schemes in a matter of days to adjusting to the weather, special teams coordinator Joe DeCamillis puts in a lot of work to make his unit successful.
Three days after their disappointing loss to the Miami Dolphins, the Bears return to the practice field Wednesday to prepare for Sunday’s road game against the New England Patriots.
In this week’s episode of “Inside the NFL” on Showtime, Bears receiver Brandon Marshall addresses his emotional locker room outburst following Sunday’s loss to the Dolphins.
In a Q-and-A Tuesday with fans on ChicagoBears.com, general manager Phil Emery discussed the Bears’ coaching staff, the team’s cohesiveness and the performance of quarterback Jay Cutler.
ChicagoBears.com's weekly "Lunch with Larry" fan Q&A featured a guest appearance by Phil Emery. See which topics were discussed by the Bears GM.