Former Bears assistant coach Jim LaRue passed away last Sunday night in Arizona. He was 89.
Cornerback Sherrick McManis described the chance to return to the Bears for a fourth season as "a blessing" Wednesday after signing a one-year contract.
The Bears remained busy in free agency Wednesday, signing linebacker Sam Acho to a one-year contract. Acho spent his first four NFL seasons with the Cardinals.
The Bears on Tuesday signed free-agent running back Jacquizz Rodgers to a one-year contract. Rodgers spent his first four NFL seasons with the Atlanta Falcons.
The chance to play for coach John Fox was a major factor in veteran cornerback Alan Ball’s decision to sign with the Bears last Friday.
The Bears will celebrate Back to Football Week by hosting the second annual Super Bears Shuffle 5K at Soldier Field on Thursday, Sept. 10 at 6:30 p.m.
Bears running back Matt Forte will donate a $1,000 equipment grant to the football program at his alma mater, Slidell (La.) High School, through USA Football.
When it came to finding a new home in free agency, Chicago and the Bears had everything that linebacker Mason Foster was looking for.
Speaking with reporters this week, Bears general manager Ryan Pace talked about drafting a quarterback, free agency and placing a premium on pass rushers.
The Bears on Friday signed cornerback Alan Ball, an Illinois product who has played in 93 NFL games over eight seasons with the Cowboys, Texans and Jaguars.
First-year Bears coach John Fox is eager to get on the practice field to begin working with a retooled defense that struggled the past two seasons.
One day after adding defensive ends Ray McDonald and Jarvis Jenkins, the Bears on Wednesday again bolstered their defense by signing linebacker Mason Foster to a one-year contract.
Speaking to reporters at the NFL owners meetings, Bears coach John Fox discussed the extensive evaluation process that led to the signing of free-agent defensive end Ray McDonald.
Bears chairman George H. McCaskey spoke to reporters Tuesday night at the NFL owners meetings in Arizona about the signing of free agent defensive end Ray McDonald.
Chairman George H. McCaskey wasn't convinced the Bears should pursue free agent Ray McDonald until having a face-to-face meeting with the defensive end.