by: Jacob Infante — SB Nation: Windy City Gridiron 18 Sep
The Bears’ offensive line held up in a big way last Sunday and was one of the unsung reasons for their victory against the Lions.
by: Larry Mayer — NFL: Chicago Bears 17 Sep
The Bears offensive line performed well in last Sunday’s season opening win over the Lions but still has room to improve. Plus the latest injury news from Halas Hall.
Bears QB rewind: Did Mitch Trubisky’s 4th-quarter explosion in Week 1 wipe away his early struggles?
by: Dan Wiederer — Chicago Tribune 15 Sep
Major third-down problems. Shaky fundamentals. And then a fourth quarter for the ages to spark a major comeback. Has Mitch Trubisky really improved enough to propel the Chicago Bears into the playoffs? Or was Sunday afternoon just his latest tease?
by: Bryan Perez — USA Today: Bears Wire 14 Sep
The Chicago Bears’ 27-23 victory over the Detroit Lions in Sunday’s season opener included all of the highs and lows that Bears fans have become accustomed to over the last two years, e…
by: Larry Hawley — WGN 13 Sep
DETROIT – After an offseason where issues of social and racial justice issues were on the top of mind of a lot of their players, many were wondering what the Bears and the Lions might do befo…
Bears take a mixed approach to the national anthem in Week 1 — some stand, some kneel and some stay off the field
by: Colleen Kane — Chicago Tribune 13 Sep
Some Chicago Bears stood along their sideline at Ford Field on Sunday before their game against the Detroit Lions. Some knelt. Some stayed in the tunnel.
by: Patrick Finley — Chicago Sun-Times 13 Sep
Bears starting tackles Charles Leno and Bobby Massie kneeled during the playing of "Lift Every Voice and Sing," sometimes referred to as the Black national anthem, about a half hour before Sunday’s game against the Lions.
by: Alyssa Barbieri — USA Today: Bears Wire 13 Sep
Here’s an updated look at the Bears’ 53-man active roster heading into Week 1, as well as their expanded 16-man practice squad.