Before They Were Bears
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You may not hear their names on Sunday, but these employees contribute to the success of the Chicago Bears on a daily basis.
Bears Senior Writer Larry Mayer chats with fans live for an hour each week during the football season.
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Roster Move: Bears agree to terms with TE Robert Tonyan
Mar 16, 2023
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.
Reports: Bears land massive haul in trade for No. 1 pick
Mar 10, 2023
According to reports from NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, ESPN's Adam Schefter and many others, the Bears on Friday agreed to trade the No. 1 pick in the April 27-29 draft to the Panthers in exchange for star receiver DJ Moore and four draft picks—including the No. 9 selection this year.
Suber, Wiley use NFL Combine to further Bears' holistic mental health approach
Mar 09, 2023
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
Feb 01, 2023
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'
Jan 23, 2023
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
Jan 20, 2023
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.