Before and After
Before and After
Super Bowl XX champions: Where are they now?
Jan 26, 2021
On Jan. 26, 1986, the Bears defeated the Patriots in Super Bowl XX, capping one of the greatest seasons in NFL history. On the 35th anniversary, we look at some of the players on that team then and find out what they've been up to since becoming world champions.
Before & After: Two interceptions in one game
Dec 29, 2020
Roquan Smith recorded a pair of interceptions in Sunday's win over the Jaguars, marking the 20th time in the last 20 years that a Bears player has accomplished the feat in a single game. How many can you name? Take a look through the list to find out.
Before & After: Voted to Pro Bowl
Dec 22, 2020
With OLB Khalil Mack and WR Cordarelle Patterson representing the Bears in the Pro Bowl this season, we take a look at current and former players earning the honor over the past decade.
Before & After | First career TD with Bears
Oct 20, 2020
Rookie TE Cole Kmet recorded his first career touchdown reception in Sunday's 23-16 win over the Panthers, making him the ninth player on the current roster to find an NFL end zone for the first time while wearing a Bears uniform. See if you can name the other eight.
Before & After | First Bears INT
Sep 29, 2020
In Sunday's comeback win over the Falcons, Bears S Tashaun Gipson Sr. picked off Matt Ryan late in the game to seal the victory, marking his first interception as a member of the Bears. Take a look back at other notable players' first Chicago INTs after spending time with other NFL teams.
Before & After | Sacked by Mack
Sep 22, 2020
With his takedown of Giants QB Daniel Jones in Sunday's Week 2 win, OLB Khalil Mack notched his 22nd sack with the Bears since joining the team in 2018. Take a look at Jones and other signal callers across the NFL before and after the moment of impact with the star pass rusher.
Other Photo Series
Photos from inside Halas Hall, Game Day and Training Camp. You can only get these pictures from Chicago Bears photographers.
See the pregame photos that the TV cameras don't capture as players arrive at the stadium and prepare for game day.
Field-level action shots from Bears and Associated Press photographers are posted in-game each week during football season.