More attention should be paid to precisely why players are protesting during the national anthem, cornerback Prince Amukamara said Tuesday.
From his perch on the bench Thursday, Bears rookie quarterback Mitch Trubisky should take solace: there’s value in waiting.
But even with that simmering issue on the back-burner this week, Loggains went out of his way to let everybody know that Mike Glennon is not a problem
Amos, who had started 30 games in his first two seasons, became a special teamer earlier this month before getting his starting job back Sunday.
The Sun-Times’ experts can answer your Bears questions all week on Twitter. Here’s a sampling of Tuesday’s queries sent to @patrickfinley
Most Americans stand with President Donald Trump and his criticism of the NFL for allowing anthem protests, a study reveals.
Every victory is a small step for the Bears. The chance to take a giant leap won’t come until Mitch Trubisky becomes the starter.
One day after Jordan Howard ran for 138 yards, the Bears marveled at how he dit it with an injured right shoulder.
While the Steelers expressed some regret about how they handled their national-anthem protest Sunday at Soldier Field, the Bears seemed pleased.
The “Mike Glennon needs to be benched” talk was thoroughly trumped Sunday by much weightier issues.
Backup tackle Bradley Sowell entered at left guard and Cody Whitehair moved to center when Hroniss Grasu hurt his right hand.
And how will Major League Baseball react?
The Bears and CBS radio announced a multi-year extension Monday that will keep the team’s games on WBBM 780-AM and 105.9-FM, their home since 2000.
Thoughts and observations after watching film of the Bears’ 23-17 overtime victory against the Steelers in Week 3.
Safety Quintin Demps broke his forearm Sunday, coach John Fox said the day after the Bears’ 23-17 victory against the Steelers.