Second-year pro Jeremy Langford will be among the most intriguing players to watch on offense when the Bears begin training camp Wednesday in Bourbonnais.
Offensive tackle Nate Chandler, a fifth-year pro who signed with the Bears June 3, has retired from the NFL at the age of 27.
The Bears on Friday released safety and special-teams contributor Omar Bolden, a fifth-year pro they had signed as a free agent in March.
Charles Tillman signed a 1-day contract with the Bears on Friday, officially announcing his retirement after a 13-year career.
Veteran cornerback Tracy Porter looks to build on a resurgent 2015 season and help the Bears secondary produce more impact plays.
Before fans can file into Soldier Field to watch the Bears in action, a group of hardworking team employees make sure the printed season tickets are exactly right.
If the Bears defense takes a big jump this season like many expect, it could be due to a markedly improved linebacking corps.
The Bears on Wednesday signed veteran offensive lineman Amini Silatolu and waived quarterback Dalyn Williams.
Bears fans who attend training camp this summer in Bourbonnais will see an improved defensive line that was bolstered by two key offseason additions.
After his breakout season last year, Zach Miller will head to training camp next week as the Bears' undisputed No. 1 tight end.
After Charles Tillman announced his retirement on Monday night, former Bears, current NFL players and media took to Twitter to congratulate and thank him.
Charles Tillman's illustrious 13-year NFL career officially ended Monday when the two-time Pro Bowl cornerback announced his retirement.
The offensive line that steps on the field when the Bears open training camp next week will be dramatically different than the one that spent last summer in Bourbonnais.
Having signed his franchise tender, Alshon Jeffery will participate in training camp and earn $14.599 million from the Bears this season despite not agreeing to a long-term contract by Friday’s deadline.
After injuries prevented them from playing together last season, receivers Alshon Jeffery and Kevin White are back healthy and expected to play integral roles on the Bears offense.