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Brisker uses first NFL offseason to refresh, work on himself
After spending last spring preparing for the events like the NFL Combine, team interviews and the 2022 NFL Draft, Bears safety Jaquan Brisker took his first NFL offseason to get back to his usual training and settle back into his comfort zone.
Bears hire Darby Dunnagan as Director of Video Operations
The Bears have hired Darby Dunnagan as the team's Director of Video Operations. Darby, who comes to the Bears from Northwestern University's football program, becomes the first woman to hold the role in the club's 103-year history and is currently the highest ranking woman in football video across all 32 NFL teams.
Signing with Bears 'hits home' for Robert Tonyan
New Bears tight end Robert Tonyan spent Sundays as a kid in McHenry helping his father with yard work before going into the house at noon to eat lunch and watch the Bears game. After signing a one-year contract with Bears March 17, Tonyan gets to finally live out a "lifelong dream."
Edwards' journey home to Bears filled with pride
New Bears linebacker T.J. Edwards grew up emulating Lance Briggs in every pickup football game and spending every Sunday at his family's "Bears parties." Over a decade later, Edwards fulfilled a childhood dream by signing with the Bears, saying: "My 10-year-old self would be a really happy kid right now."
Roster Move: Bears agree to terms with TE Robert Tonyan
The Bears on Thursday agreed to terms on a one-year contract with tight end Robert Tonyan, pending a physical. Tonyan, 28, spent his first five NFL seasons with the Packers, accumulating 1,437 receiving yards on 137 receptions with 17 touchdowns.
Suber, Wiley use NFL Combine to further Bears' holistic mental health approach
Attending the NFL Combine for the first time, Bears director of wellness Carla Suber and director of mental skills/performance Mike Wiley Jr. took the first step in building trust with new players while allowing prospects to see the "winning edge" the Bears' mental health resources provide.
Bears front office, alumni visit DuSable Black History Museum and Education Center
Bears general manager Ryan Poles and assistant general manager Ian Cunningham visited The DuSable Black History Museum and Education Center in Chicago Jan. 24 to tour the facility's exhibits and learn about different time periods in Black history.
Warren's move to Bears felt 'right in my spirit'
New Bears President and CEO Kevin Warren wasn't going to leave his role as Big Ten commissioner for anything short of a massive challenge at an organization with core family values, but when the Bears called, the rare and unique opportunity felt just right.
Bears staffers among group honored for lifesaving efforts of Hub Arkush
Five Bears staff members, along with first responders, were honored by the City of Lake Forest with Clinical Save Awards after helping save the life of former Bears radio broadcaster and longtime NFL analyst Hub Arkush, who suffered cardiac arrest Aug. 15 after a training camp practice at Halas Hall.
Jackson named Bears Defensive Player of the Year
ChicagoBears.com has selected safety Eddie Jackson as the Bears Defensive Player of the Year for 2022. In his sixth NFL season Jackson played at a Pro-Bowl level on the field this season while also serving as a veteran leader for a young Bears defense
Fields named Bears MVP, Offensive Player of the Year
ChicagoBears.com has selected quarterback Justin Fields as the Bears' MVP and Offensive Player of the Year for 2022. In his second NFL season, Bears quarterback Justin Fields emerged as one of the NFL's most electrifying players with his dual-threat ability.
Justin Fields visits non-profit organization, discusses navigating adversity
Bears quarterback Justin Fields visited Breakthrough Urban Ministries in the East Garfield Park neighborhood Tuesday to spend time talking with over 20 young students, providing insight on his life experiences growing up.
Roster Moves: Bears sign Peterman to active roster, place Siemian on IR
The Bears on Saturday signed quarterback Nathan Peterman to the active roster, placed quarterback Trevor Siemian on injured reserve and elevated defensive backs Adrian Colbert and Harrison Hand to the active roster ahead of Sunday's game against the Packers.
Trevor Siemian to have season-ending surgery | Quick Hits
Bears coach Matt Eberflus told reporters Friday that backup quarterback Trevor Siemian will miss the rest of the season after undergoing surgery to repair the oblique injury that occurred while he was warming up before last Sunday's game against the Jets.