Bears fifth-round draft pick Jordan Howard, a running back from Indiana, is featured in the fourth and final segment of "Meet the Rookies," which chronicles the inspirational stories of the team’s newest players.
Bears undrafted tight end Ben Braunecker is featured in the third segment of "Meet the Rookies," a four-part series that chronicles the inspirational stories of the team's newest players.
Bears seventh-round pick Daniel Braverman is featured in the second segment of "Meet the Rookies," a four-part series that chronicles the inspirational stories of the team's newest players.
When the Bears were in the process of hiring a head coach in 1982, players wrote a letter to owner George Halas imploring him to retain Buddy Ryan as defensive coordinator.
During an appearance on Bears Roundtable last season, former safety Doug Plank explains why defensive coordinator Buddy Ryan-who passed away Tuesday-named the '46' defense after him.
Longtime Bears defensive coordinator Buddy Ryan has passed away at the age of 82, agent James Solano reportedly confirmed Tuesday.
Bears first-round pick Leonard Floyd is featured in the first segment of "Meet the Rookies," a four-part series that chronicles the inspirational stories of the team’s newest players.
Offensive tackle Nate Chandler, who signed with the Bears June 3, is determined to bounce back from a knee injury that forced him to miss all of last season with the Carolina Panthers.
The past, present and future of the Bears collided at Halas Hall Wednesday when six former players shared their experiences and offered advice to the team’s rookies.
Bears owner Virginia McCaskey and six former players discussed the team's history and life in the NFL with Bears rookies Wednesday at Halas Hall.
Following the conclusion of the NBA Finals on Sunday, Bears players took to Twitter to express their feelings about the Cleveland Cavaliers title and Game 7 victory.
With Father's Day on Sunday, we asked Bears guard Kyle Long and some of his teammates to describe how instrumental their dads have been in their lives.
The Bears concluded their offseason program Thursday and also bolstered their roster by signing veteran tight end Tony Moeaki and defensive lineman Marquis Jackson.
Although he has occasional lapses typical of a rookie, Bears first-round draft pick Leonard Floyd generally has been pleased with the progress he's making.
Bears receiver Marquess Wilson is out indefinitely after re-fracturing the same left foot he broke late last season during Tuesday’s minicamp practice.