With 650 guests and 29 Bears players in attendance, the 23rd annual Bears Care Gala last Saturday night at the United Club in Soldier Field was a rousing success.
by: John Santucci — Bears Barroom 22h
Is this crazy talk? Slow down, man. Back away from the whiskey bottle. Bears fans are used to a last place finish, you know. Yes, that is not a typo. Certainly. Roquan Smith vs.
by: Rich Campbell, Dan Wiederer — Chicago Tribune 22 May
Welcome to the weekly Bear Download podcast with Rich Campbell and Dan Wiederer.
by: Khari Thompson — Fansided: Da Windy City 22 May
Which teams will pose the biggest tests for young Mitchell Trubisky and the Chicago Bears offense in 2018? With Matt Nagy coaching him and new w...
by: Gilbert R. Boucher II — Daily Herald 22 May
Chicago Bears first round draft pick Roquan Smith put his linebacker skills to good use Monday to hold down a sheep while it was being sheared at Lambs Farm in Libertyville.
by: Kevin Fishbain — The Athletic 22h
Putting together a 53-man roster more than three months before cut-down day wasn’t as difficult as...
by: Erik Lambert — Sports Mockery 22 May
The Chicago Bears made lots of additions this offseason, but were any of them among the best in 2018? One was according to a former player.
by: JJ STANKEVITZ — NBC Sports Chicago 22 May
The Bears' defense has established continuity, while the offense is learning a new playbook. So of course Vic Fangio's group is ahead of Matt Nagy's right now.
by: Lorin Cox — USA Today: Bears Wire 21 May
After a lucrative offseason in free agency, Kyle Fuller became the fifth-highest paid cornerback in the NFL in terms of yearly average salary. That doesn’t mean he’s viewed as the fifth…
by: Adam L. Jahns — Chicago Sun-Times 21 May
What is new coach Matt Nagy building on offense? Where do the rookies fit in? Who deserves a contract extension? Tune in.
by: NBC Sports Chicago — Yahoo Sports 21 May
Roquan Smith and several other Chicago Bears rookies helped shear a sheep at Lambs Farm during a community event on Monday.
by: Robert Zeglinski — SB Nation: Windy City Gridiron 21 May
The Bears have locked in their core for a good while. They could create salary cap flexibility with players that should be on notice.