Doug Buffone, who passed away last Monday at the age of 70, appeared in 186 games over 14 seasons with the Bears from 1966-79—and his final one may have been the most memorable.
You may be surprised to learn that former Cowboys quarterback Don Meredith, ex-baseball stars Walt Dropo and Norm Cash, and pro wrestling legend Verne Gagne were all drafted by the Bears.
Most NFL analysts are predicting that at least five offensive linemen will be selected in the first round of this year’s draft, with Iowa left tackle Brandon Scherff the consensus top prospect.
Minnesota's Maxx Williams, whose grandfather was drafted by the Bears in 1959, tops a thin crop of tight ends in this year's draft.
Inside the Bears co-host Lyndsay Petruny talks to Otis Wilson about his 55-Alive after school program that helps Chicago students stay active.
Inside the Bears co-host Lyndsay Petruny follows Staley to a local school where he teaches kids about the importance of anti-bullying.
Jeff Joniak and Larry Mayer break down the Bears' 2015 schedule.
The Bears selected Mike Ditka fifth overall in the 1961 draft, but the Hall of Fame tight end thought another team was going to draft him to play linebacker.