Inside the Bears
Inside the Bears
Carlos Nelson discusses representing Bears, helping community
Jul 23, 2021
Lauren Screeden chats with Carlos Nelson, CEO of the Greater Auburn Gresham Development Corporation (GAGDC), about his experience announcing the Bears' first-round selection on stage with Commissioner Roger Goodell at the 2021 NFL Draft in Cleveland as well as the work he's doing to help the city's Auburn Gresham neighborhood.
Dir. of Player Engagement, LaMar 'Soup' Campbell, is all about helping players find their WHY
Jun 22, 2021
In partnership with Campbell's Chunky Soup, LaMar "Soup" Campbell discusses his role as Bears Director of Player Engagement and the strong support system he has built within the locker room over the past year.
Miller talks passion for music, first single
May 27, 2021
Former Bears tight end Zach Miller and Lauren Screeden discuss the release of his first single, "How Ya Like Us Now."
Other Video Series
A roundup of comments from players and coaches throughout the week as the Bears prepare for their next opponent.
Get to know the Bears' head coach when he gives a candid, weekly interview about topics off the field.
With alumni profiles, historic tales, behind-the-scenes access and off-the-field stories with coaches and players, funnyman Anthony Adams and co-host Lauren Screeden explore the world of the Bears.
Bears players and coaches bring you onto the field and into the huddle when they're wired for sound at practice and during games.
Video segments featuring the Chicago Bears produced by the National Football League's television network.
Jeff Joniak sits with Bears players and coaches to tell their stories in revealing one-on-one interviews each week during football season.
Former lineman Tom Thayer breaks down the key components to several impact plays from each week's game.
More Inside the Bears
Chicago Athletes Bring Healthy Food Options to West Side
Jul 08, 2020
Mitchell Trubisky, Charles Leno Jr, and Ryan Pace join former Bear Sam Acho, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, and other Chicago athletes in demolishing a liquor store. The liquor store will be replaced with a food mart to help alleviate the food desert problem on the West Side of Chicago.