With his Eagles leading the NFL in points and Carson Wentz developing into a star, coordinator Frank Reich figures to be someone’s head coach in 2018
Season over: Bears OLB Leonard Floyd heads to injured reserve
Like the Eagles did with the league’s worst unit after last season, the Bears can build their wide receiver position from scratch this offseason
The Chicago Sun-Times’ experts offer their predictions for the Bears’ matchup with the Eagles in Week 12:
Therein lies much of the hope that Trubisky’s heretofore difficult rookie season might pay dividends next season.
Having missed a kick in each of his first two career regular-season games, Cairo Santos’ career was teetering just as it was getting started.
The Bears put outside linebacker Leonard Floyd on injured reserve Thursday.
Compared to Fox, Loggains and Rodgers, Fangio seemingly has gotten a free pass by all.
Jeffery’s departure is emblematic of the Bears’ fortunes in the post-Lovie Smith era: Even when they get one right, it turns out wrong.
“My role is just to do things the right way in the week, do a good job running the scout team,” Glennon said. “Anything I can do to be that leader.”
After practicing for the first time since Oct. 27 — albeit with an orange non-contact jersey on — Dion Sims said he wanted to play Sunday.
If the rookie quarterback worsens the Bears’ draft position by playing well and winning games, it should be celebrated, not bemoaned.
Ask most any NFL coach, and they’ll tell you that “injuries are part of the game,” “next man up” and all the other coachspeak.
Floyd, the Bears’ first-round pick in 2016, had 5 ½ sacks this season.
CBS Sports’ Brady Quinn suggested in a recent radio interview that Michigan is trying to keep Harbaugh’s khakis on their sidelines for life.
Jeffery, who spent the previous five season with the Bears, will face his former team Sunday.