Josh Sitton will miss Sunday’s game with a ribs injury, but a fellow Pro Bowl guard, Kyle Long, will make his long-anticipated return
The Steelers will stay in their locker room at Soldier Field on Sunday rather than take the field for the national anthem, coach Mike Tomlin told CBS.
Expect players around the league — in the NFL and possibly Major League Baseball — to mirror what happened in London early this morning.
The Bears promoted inside linebacker John Timu from the practice squad on Saturday.
Glennon was a questionable free-agent signing in the first place, and fate has tied one hand behind his back.
The Bears are stuck in the past; the Steelers aren’t.
Trubisky won’t be able to own the Bears locker room until he plays, of course. And that could come sooner rather than later if Mike Glennon struggles
In the middle of a week filled with existential questions about the Bears’ direction, Pernell McPhee said their top challenge is not to fall to 0-3.
The Bears know they have a quarterback controversy; they’re just not saying it.
The hardest part about Adam Shaheen’s jump from small-college football to the NFL isn’t the bigger, faster players. It’s Wednesdays.
On paper, the Steelers vs. Bears matchup on Sunday looks like a gimme.
In the latest Halas Intrigue podcast, the Sun-Times’ Patrick Finley breaks down three factors in watch in Sunday’s Bears-Steelers game:
The Chicago Sun-Times’ experts offer their predictions for the Bears’ matchup against the Steelers in Week 3.
“We just have to go out there and attack like we try to do every week,” Cooper said. “We’re not going to sit back scared of anybody.”
Guard Kyle Long and cornerback Prince Amukamara were full practice participants Thursday.