Patrick Finley covers the Chicago Bears for the Chicago Sun-Times
Don’t be fooled by Mark Helfrich’s modesty. Short of coach Matt Nagy, no one is more integral to quarterback Mitch Trubisky’s success.
Center will remain Cody Whitehair’s for a while, though second-round pick James Daniels was considered perhaps the best center in the draft.
As the Bears begin to sort through exactly how to use Tarik Cohen, it’s clear nothing is off the table
To Tarik Cohen, the NFL’s new kick return rules look a lot like a punt return. And that’s a good thing.
The NFL’s new national anthem rule won’t stop players from working against injustice, Bears outside linebacker Sam Acho said.
The NFL will be able to fine teams whose players are on the field and don’t stand during the national anthem.
Through one minicamp and a week of organized team activities, inside linebacker Danny Trevathan has been impressed by the speed of the new offense.
“He just came out like a rocket and made a play,” coach Matt Nagy said. “And that made me chuckle a little bit — because that’s what I saw on tape.”
Former Bears linebacker Jerrell Freeman was facing a two-year suspension for a third failed drug test when he announced his retirement two weeks ago.
If cornerback Michael Joseph has any edge against his competitors, it’s because he’s climbed the roster ladder before.
The Bears signed five players Monday, including Simeon alum Matt Fleming, one day after the end of rookie minicamp that featured tryout players.
When Anthony Miller first met the player he fashioned his game around, he couldn’t believe Steve Smith knew he existed.
It was a promising start for the undrafted free agent, whose 6-2, 192-pound frame looks like that of an NFL star.
Having coached college kids all decade before returning to the Bears, Harry Hiestand knows the importance of explaining why.