In the most pedestrian measurable known to modern analytics — fantasy football — Mike Glennon barely exists. No, seriously.
It’s hard to believe the Trestman era once was filled with hope, but on that night, Trestman was making general manager Phil Emery look like a genius.
Will the Bears consider playing rookie Mitch Trubisky at all?
“He’s running hard. We’ve got to to do a better job up front and help him,” Loggains said.
“It’s a not a spectator sport,” Long said. “I want to go out there and impact the game.”
Wheaton … is a deep threat who can take the top off a defense and give the Bears’ offense some much-needed room to breathe.
Or, is it Trubisky’s chance yet?
“I got to watch some of his college tape,” Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger said. “Just really impressed with the athleticism.”
Former Bears cornerback Charles Tillman is trading in his play books for classified information.
The Bears cut receiver Tanner Gentry on Tuesday with hopes the receiver will rejoin their practice squad, sources said.
The Sun-Times’ experts can answer your Bears questions all week on Twitter. Here’s a sampling of queries sent to @PatrickFinley, who responds with mor
The Chicago Sun-Times’ Adam L. Jahns and WGN Radio’s Adam Hoge have co-hosted a Bears podcast since the 2015 season.
We knew this wasn’t going to start well for the Bears, but 0-2 isn’t just a warning sign; it’s a death knell.
Jordan Howard injured his right shoulder in the first half of the Bears’ opener, but before he scored his only touchdown of the season.
Whether Fox wants to acknowledge it or not, the Bears set the bar pretty high for Glennon.