Former Bears wide receiver Curtis Conway was recently featured on NFL Network’s “NFL Total Access” ranking the top five players in franchise history.
Former Bears linebacker Doug Buffone, who passed away April 20, would have turned 71 on Saturday. We’re celebrating his memory by talking to some of his former teammates.
The Bears lost a legend earlier this week when former offensive line coach Dick Stanfel passed away at his Libertyville home after a long illness. He was 87.
NFL.com analyst Bucky Brooks has ranked the Bears’ Vic Fangio as the second best defensive coordinator in the league.
The final of ChicagoBears.com's four-part video series "Meet the Rookies" features first-round draft pick Kevin White, a wide receiver from West Virginia.
Almost 30 former Bears players, including ex-tight end James Thornton, participated in the team's inaugural Alumni Golf Outing at The Club at Strawberry Creek in Kenosha, Wis.
The third of ChicagoBears.com’s four-part video series “Meet the Rookies” features undrafted free agent receiver Cameron Meredith, a Chicago area native who attended Illinois State.
With the Bears concluding their offseason program after a three-day minicamp last week, there were a lot of interesting developments at Halas Hall.
Bears rookie defensive tackle Eddie Goldman impressed coach John Fox both on the field and in the classroom during the team’s recently-completed offseason program.
Coach John Fox was pleased with what the Bears accomplished in their offseason program, which ended Thursday after a third and final mandatory minicamp practice.
The Bears on Thursday signed two veterans who participated in this week’s minicamp on a tryout basis, safety Sherrod Martin and running back Daniel Thomas.
Known more for his ability to stuff the run than rush the passer, new Bears defensive end Jarvis Jenkins is determined to become a more complete player.
With Brandon Marshall gone, there’s no doubt in quarterback Jay Cutler’s mind that Alshon Jeffery can become the Bears’ No. 1 receiver.
NFL Network analyst Michael Robinson seemingly is a big fan of Pernell McPhee, predicting that the Bears’ outside linebacker will be “the steal of free agency this year.”
Jay Cutler is pleased with the progress the Bears have made learning their new offense, but the veteran quarterback knows that the unit still has miles to go.