Reports: Bears Agree To Contracts With WR Robinson, TE BurtonThe Bears appear to be on the verge of landing two big new weapons for quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, reportedly agreeing to terms with free agent wide receiver Allen Robinson and tight end Trey Burton.
Bears Use Transition Tag On Cornerback Kyle FullerThe tag guarantees Fuller a $12.971 million salary for the 2018 season and gives the Bears until July 16 to work out a long-term contract.
Matt Forte To Retire As A Chicago BearMatt Forte is ending his career as a Chicago Bear.
Emma: Ryan Pace Needs To Convert This Offseason For Bears To Halt Cycle Of LosingThe Bears are set to enter the new league year with more than $80 million in cap space.
Former Bears Running Back Matt Forte Announces Retirement: 'Time For The Workhorse To Finally Rest In His Stable'Forte compiled 8,602 rushing yards and 12,718 all-purpose yards, both second to only Walter Payton in Bears history.
Baffoe: Finally, The NFL Catch Rule Is Itself Going To The GroundIt seems likely that we’ll have one less actual football thing to yell about.
Bears, Kyle Fuller Evaluating Options On New ContractThe Bears have until March 6 to tender the franchise tag on Fuller. If they don't, he's set to hit the open market.
Bears To Continue Roster Purge With Releases Of Mike Glennon, Willie YoungCutting ties from Glennon will clear $11.5 million more in salary cap space for the Bears.
Matt Nagy's Bears Staff Features New Hires On Offense, Retains Coaches On DefenseThe Bears officially announced the finalized staff for Nagy on Tuesday.
Gabriel: 2018 NFL Draft Combine PrimerMedicals are vital at the NFL Combine, and the stop watch can be too. Just don't buy too much into the hype.
Bears Release Linebacker Pernell McPhee, Safety Quintin DempsThe Bears continued their roster purge by releasing two more veteran players in McPhee and Demps.
Bears' Jordan Howard Goes On Record: 'Guarantee We Get To The Playoffs'The Bears haven't made the playoffs since the 2010 campaign.
Report: Former Bears CB Charles Tillman Is Now An FBI AgentTillman earned his way to the FBI after completing an intense training program.
Bears Necessities: Ryan Pace On The Clock At CornerbackWith Kyle Fuller and Prince Amukamara both set for the open market, the Bears must act with aggression at cornerback.
Bears' Roster Purge Positions Them For Healthier Salary Cap SituationWith more releases expected, the Bears can enter the new league year with more cap space than most teams in the league.
Bears Necessities: Nick Kwiatkoski Is Next At Inside LinebackerDespite releasing Jerrell Freeman, the Bears still should be set at inside linebacker.
Gabriel: Affordable Options Available If Bears Want To Add At Outside LinebackerWith the history of injuries at outside linebacker, the Bears could be looking to sign a veteran in free agency.
Bears Necessities: Changes Likely At Outside LinebackerThe Bears suffered a significant rash of injuries at outside linebacker in 2017.
Report: Bears To Decline $8-Million Team Option On Guard Josh SittonThe Bears appear primed to turn to a younger option at guard.
Bears Facing Decision On Kyle Fuller's FutureThe Bears can tender the franchise tag on Fuller beginning Tuesday, but will they instead move for a long-term deal?
Report: Bears To Release LB Jerrell FreemanIn two years with the Bears, Freeman served two suspensions for violating the league' policy on performance-enhancing drugs.
John Fox Feels He 'Inherited A Mess,' But Bears Were 'On The Brink'The Bears were 14-34 during Fox's three seasons leading the team.
Bears Necessities: Defensive Line Stands As Team's Best UnitWith Akiem Hicks and Eddie Goldman, the Bears have two anchors to build around.
Bears Necessities: Option On Josh Sitton Leads Checklist On Offensive LineThe Bears have until March 9 to decide on a team option for Sitton, the veteran guard set to turn 32 in June.
Bears Necessities: Decisions Looming At Tight EndThe Bears could make some subtractions at tight end, but their hopes largely rest on the shoulders of Adam Shaheen.
Gabriel: Free Agency Offers Ample Options For Bears To Address Wide Receiver NeedsAllen Robinson, Albert Wilson and Paul Richardson are some receivers the Bears could chase in free agency.
The Bernstein Brief: Bears Move To Address Injury PlagueThe team has hired Andre Tucker as its new head trainer and Jason Loscalzo as strength and conditioning coach.
Bears Necessities: Incumbent Running Backs Will Give Matt Nagy Creative OptionsNew coach Matt Nagy sees some interesting possibilities in utilizing his Bears running backs.
Gabriel: Bears Have Crucial Decisions To Make On Some Of Their Own Free AgentsWill Chicago bring back cornerbacks Kyle Fuller and Prince Amukamara? Could the Bears cut Pernell McPhee?
Bears To Play Ravens In Hall Of Fame GameNew Bears coach Matt Nagy will have an altered preseason schedule as a result of the Hall of Fame Game.


Corey Brewer Revitalizes Career With ThunderCorey Brewer's stint with the Thunder, where he reunited with Billy Donovan, has renewed his career and helped OKC's playoff push.
Are The Predators The Favorites To Win The Stanley Cup?The Nashville Predators came up just short last year, but could return to win it all this year.
Texas Tech's Road To The TournamentThe Red Raiders had a pair of close calls in the opening weekend, but they did what they've done all year: survived.
MacKinnon, Avalanche Cruise Past Blackhawks 5-1The last-place Blackhawks were eliminated from postseason contention with the loss.
Spring Training Report: Ohtani Struggles, Altuve Gets PaidThe Angels Shohei Ohtani struggles on the mound and at the plate; Astros Jose Altuve signs a lucrative contract extension.
Loyola Ramblers Headed To Atlanta For First Sweet 16 Since 1985One by one, Ramblers players and coaches made their way onto their chartered bus at the Gentile Center, heading to O’Hare International Airport, and hoping for another win in what could be a Cinderella story.
Chicago Serves Up Professional Tennis This FallIt's team tennis. Europeans against the rest of the world.
2018 NCAA Tournament TV schedule: March Madness Sweet 16 Tip TimesThe schedule for the Sweet 16 games is out. Mark your calendars accordingly.
Latest NBA Power RankingsThe Portland Trail Blazers have won 13 straight games to climb into third place in the West.
Latest NHL Power RankingsThe Predators are back on top as they play leapfrog with the Lightning.
Keidel: March Madness Lives Up To The NameUMBC's win over Virginia was just one of the many upsets so far, making this March Madness as unpredictable as any NCAA Tournament ever.
30 Players: Ohtani, Barreto Top List Of Best Prospects In AL WestThe Angels made a big splash this off-season adding a big, young talent to their team.
Blues Rally For 5-4 Overtime Win Over BlackhawksAlex DeBrincat scored three times for last-place Chicago (30-34-9), which has dropped five of six, including its first loss to Buffalo since December 2009 on Saturday. David Kampf also scored, and Jean-Francois Berube made 36 saves.
Texas A&M Defeats DePaul 80-79DePaul was led by Tanita Allen, who had 19 points and Mart'e Grays added 14.
Loyola Returns To Chicago, Preps For Sweet SixteenBefore the Loyola Ramblers head to Atlanta for the NCAA's Sweet Sixteen, they're coming home.
Cavs Beat Bulls 114-109The Bulls will be in New York on Monday to play the Knicks.
Loyola Is Sweet Sixteen Bound, Beats Tennessee 63-62Loyola will play the Cincinnati-Nevada winner in the regional semifinals Thursday in Atlanta.
Blackhawks Fall To The Sabres 5-3Jonathan Toews, Jordan Oesterle and Tomas Jurco scored for the Blackhawks, and Jean-Francois Berube made 27 saves.
Sister Jean Gets The Ramblers ReadySister Jean also provides a scouting report on their opponents during prayer before every game.
DePaul Holds Off Oklahoma 90-79The Blue Demons advance to play the winner between Texas A&M and Drake in a game Sunday.
Loyola Fans Still Buzzing After Dramatic WinThe campus of Loyola University is still buzzing after Thursday's dramatic win in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
Best NCAA Tournament Team-Name StoriesNCAA team names are among the more interesting in sports. From Boilermakers to Bulldogs, some origin stories aren't quite what you'd think.
30 Players: NL Central Rich With Young PitchingLuis Castillo, Jameson Taillon, Josh Hader head the division's crop of flourishing arms all looking to try and chase down the Cubs.
SportsLine's Top Weekend Picks: NCAA Tournament Opening RoundsWith March Madness in full swing, SportsLine offers its top picks for the opening rounds of the NCAA Tournament.
Jets Soar Over Blackhawks 6-2Brandon Saad and Patrick Sharp scored for Chicago.
Bulls Beat The Grizzlies 111-110Chicago led 78-75 entering the fourth, when the teams opened the final frame on a 3-point shooting flurry.
Loyola Beats Miami 64-62, Advances In NCAA TournamentLoyola will face Tennessee Saturday in Round Two of the NCAA Tournament.
WWE’s Luke Harper Talks First Movie Role, Bludgeon BrothersLuke Harper talks about filming 'Mohawk' and the rise of The Bludgeon Brothers in WWE's crowded tag-team field.
Chicago Pulls Out Of Joint U.S. Bid To Host 2026 World CupChicago is dropping out of a bid to bring the World Cup to North America in 2026, accusing soccer's international governing body of being unwilling to negotiate or provide necessary details to the city.
Is The Big East Back?The Big East, with six NCAA Tournament teams, including Villanova and Xavier as #1 seeds, has reestablished itself as an elite conference.

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