Everything will be new offensively under coach Matt Nagy and offensive coordinator Mark Helfrich.
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After what new Bears coach Matt Nagy called “a fun process” during an “exciting time,” he introduced his top lieutenants on Thursday.
Having listened to his new boss heap praise upon him, Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio walked to a microphone podium Thursday with a wry smile.
Matt Nagy and the Bears interviewed other candidates to possibly replace Ragone, who joined the Bears in 2016.
It would be an incredible upset if the Bears don’t target a wide receiver with their 8th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Shane Toub, the son of former Bears special teams coordinator Dave Toub, will join the Bears as a low-level offensive assistant, sources confirmed.
Tyna Karageorge, the mother of Brian Urlacher’s son, has filed a lawsuit against him claiming he and others conspired to “paint her as a murderer.”
Will Bears’ quarterback be more like Patriots’ Tom Brady? Or more like Eagles’ Nick Foles, Vikings’ Case Keenum and Jaguars’ Blake Bortles?
Jason George, who followed John Fox to the Bears three years ago after serving as the Broncos’ deputy, was let go on Tuesday, sources confirmed.
Illinois has produced many outstanding and game-changing athletes, but our Mark Potash hashed out his legendary top 10 list.
Let’s look back at some of general manager Ryan Pace’s total flops from last year’s free agency.
It might be too much for all involved, but especially coaches. Of all the issues that keep them awake at night, team dissension tops the list.
The rumors began to spread over the holidays when race car driver Danica Patrick and Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers were spotted dining together.
Kevin M. Gilbride, who spent the last four seasons as the Giants’ tight ends coach, was named to the same role with the Bears.