'Faithful to our tradition,' Bears unveil orange alternate jersey for 2018
Bears' Tarik Cohen settles it once and for all, tells TMZ: 'I'm not Jewish'
Bears donate $20,000 to Shriners Hospitals for Children, spend day with patients
Patrick Finley: Analyzing the Bears' offseason gains, training camp expectations
He was arrested around 11 a.m. Wednesday and released on $50,000 bond in the early afternoon
After all the gossip that circulated the internet last season, Bears running back Tarik Cohen finally settled it once and for all.
The Bears released their orange jerseys, which will make a return to the field this season after a seven-year hiatus. They’ll wear them twice.
The Bears and NFL Foundation donated $20,000 to Shriners Hospital for Children-Chicago on Thursday morning.
Why shouldn’t fans dream bigger than a .500 record? Because with these three teams, a lot has to go right before that’s even a possibility.
There’s a lot of optimism in the offseason, a lot of changes that look good on paper. But this is still a 5-11 team until the Bears prove otherwise.
The Bears have started their summer vacation. Sun-Times expert Adam L. Jahns breaks down what he learned during the offseason program.
Sun-Times expert Patrick Finley breaks down what he learned during the offseason program and what they expect to see at training camp in July:
He knows it’s not a coincidence that he has blossomed as a 3-4 defensive end in Fangio’s scheme.
In March, NFL teams buy. In April, leading up the draft, they lie. They then spend the next two months talking about how optimistic they are.
But with Long coming off injury-plagued seasons in 2016 (missing eight games) and 2017 (six games), the Bears are taking a cautious approach.
The Bears have room for growth on a defense that ranked 10th in yards and ninth in points, but the 25-year-old Floyd is one of the biggest X-factors.
The Bears added another outside linebacker to the mix after the conclusion of their three-day minicamp.
Before Lynch hurt his hamstring, Fangio sounded encouraged by Lynch’s performance and work ethic during the offseason program.
Bears chairman George McCaskey said he prefers that his players stand for the national anthem.