Bears rookie punter Tress Way, an Oklahoma native, is eager to return to his home state to help those who survived Monday's devastating tornado.
Classmates at Alief Taylor High School in Houston, Fendi Onobun (84), Cheta Ozougwu (95) and Martellus Bennett (83) have reunited with the Bears.
Bears left tackle Jermon Bushrod will return home to King George, Va., to host his third annual Visualize & Rize Charity Golf Tournament June 14.
Bears punter Adam Podlesh and some of his teammates will have their heads shaved Wednesday night as part of a fundraiser for six-year-old cancer patient Gavin Waterman.
The Bears on Friday agreed to terms with first-round draft pick Kyle Long on a four-year contract plus an option.
Thanks to the volunteer efforts of Blake Costanzo and his teammates, the Bears recently received two prestigious awards for their work in the community.
After a breakout 2012 season, Bears cornerback Tim Jennings has been voted the 69th best player in the NFL in a poll of league players conducted by NFL Network.
The Bears on Thursday announced that Mark Sadowski has been promoted to senior national scout.
A total of 43 youth football leagues in the Chicago area have committed to the future of youth football by adopting a new USA Football program dedicated to making the game better sand safer.
Bears receiver Brandon Marshall will return home to Florida Saturday to conduct a free non-contact football camp for up to 500 boys and girls ages 7-14.
During a radio appearance, Bears general manager Phil Emery discussed Jay Cutler, the team's draft class and Gabe Carimi's absence from OTA practices.
Bears receiver Earl Bennett will host a fundraising dinner at III Forks (180 N. Field Boulevard) in Chicago at 7 p.m. Sunday.
John W. Siegal, the oldest living former Bears player, celebrates his 95th birthday today.
While learning a new offense has almost become an annual ritual for Matt Forte, the Bears running back is excited about the system that's being installed by first-year head coach Marc Trestman.
Young Bears linebackers Jon Bostic and Khaseem Greene made a positive first impression on defensive coordinator Mel Tucker over the weekend at the team's rookie minicamp.