During the summer months, the Chicago Bears hosted a variety of youth football events at our training facility, Halas Hall, that focused on player safety, leadership skills, and health after football.
The entire Bears’ rookie class will join youth football participants at a Chicago Bears Youth Football Camp session Friday at the Lincoln Park South Fields in Chicago.
As part of the Bear Hugs program, the Bears invited Haley Lichter, an extraordinary 18-year-old girl who is battling brain cancer and her family to be their personal guests at an OTA session at Halas Hall.
The Chicago Bears rookies are busy studying their playbooks and acclimating to life in the NFL, but on Friday, May 23 they took some time off to learn more about their new community.
The Bears on Tuesday honored right tackle Jordan Mills and quarterback Josh McCown as the 2013 winners of the prestigious Brian Piccolo Award during a ceremony at Halas Hall.
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler visited South Shore International College Prep High School in Chicago, where he congratulated three essay winners and participated in a Q-and-A with students.
Veteran long-snapper Patrick Mannelly was honored as the Bears' recipient of the prestigious Ed Block Courage Award Tuesday at Maryville Academy in Des Plaines.
United Way of Lake County hosted its exclusive Premier Leadership Event on Tuesday, March 18 at the Bears newly renovated training facility, Halas Hall.
Chicago Bears Youth Football Camps brought to you by Gatorade and Athletico, provide safe, non-contact football instruction for kids between the ages of 6 and 14.
Bears guard Matt Slauson visited with over high school 30 students who raised more than $1,000 each and shaved their heads for the St. Balrick's Foundation.