Plus, banter on CB competition, rookie contributors and who'll be Bears Week 1 kicker
by: Mike Florio — NBC Sports 4h
Safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix is back in the NFC North, after the trade that sent him from the Packers to Washington. Now a free-agent arrival with the Bears, Clinton-Dix embraces the opportunity with t…
by: Will Larkin — Chicago Tribune 7h
Before the Bears’ 100th season, the Tribune's Bears reporters and editors ranked the 100 best players in franchise history. Doug Plank is No. 82.
by: Rick Tarsitano — WGN 14h
SCHAUMBURG, Ill. - There were some heavy hitters at Boomers Stadium for Eddie Jackson's Charity Softball Game. Bears defensive end Jonathan Bullard won the Home Run Derby with a couple moonshots. Jackson captained the defense, but they came up short,
by: The Associated Press — Centre Daily 3h
A southeastern New Mexico school district is looking into a proposal to rename its high school football stadium after retired Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher.
by: Larry Mayer — NFL: Chicago Bears 16h
One highlight of last weekend’s Bears100 Celebration was hearing former safety Mike Brown relive one of the most remarkable feats in franchise history.
by: Daily Herald report — Daily Herald 17h
Stars of the gridiron at Soldier Field could be found pitching, hitting and catching softballs on the diamond at Schaumburg Boomers Stadium in the Northwest suburbs Saturday during a charity game between Chicago Bears offense and defense players.
by: Patrick Finley — Chicago Sun-Times 19h
Eddie Jackson was playing at Alabama when he first met the Tuscaloosa kid whom the White Sox drafted with a first-round pick in 2013
by: Alyssa Barbieri — USA Today: Bears Wire 23h
One of the key aspects in the success of the Chicago Bears’ 2018 season was how they were able to stay relatively healthy throughout the duration of the season. Sure, they weren’t immun…
by: AP — USA Today 24h
A southeastern New Mexico school district is looking into a proposal to rename its high school football stadium after retired Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher
by: Brad Biggs — Chicago Tribune 15 Jun
The Bears were one of the healthiest teams in the NFL in 2018 so their depth wasn't tested often. That could change this year and there are questions for camp.