Now is the time for Illinois to prove itself.
He ain’t your daddy’s McCaskey family member. George is frustrated, and George isn’t going to take it anymore.
A sign at a suburban company suggests a better CIA torture method, and it just might work: Force the suspects to watch a Bears game.
Bears owner George McCaskey was involved in a minor altercation with a New Orleans Saints fan during Monday’s night’s game at Soldier Field.
Derrick Rose speaks well. I know this because I’ve listened to him.
More than a decade after he became the only man to defeat Arnold Schwarzenegger in the Mr. Olympia competition, Chicago Police Officer Sergio Oliva muscles still appeared as if they could rip his uniform clean off.
In an ongoing effort to improve community outreach to under-served cities, the National Football Leauge is launching a first-of-its-kind counseling center to help Bears fans cope in the event of another blowout loss.
While many Bears fans have written off the team this season, diehards who want to see a game live can pick up some seats for a relatively good price.
There is no need to search for adjectives to describe the Chicago Bears.
Peter Regin or Joakim Nordstrom will likely get the call-up to Chicago.
Toews locked up an $84 million contract last summer.
The “what if?” question is so haunting, so sad in life and sports.
Where does Marc Trestman rate in the post-George Halas era?
Listen up, losers. Taking out your frustrations about the Chicago Bears on the daughters of Marc Trestman makes you subhuman.
Wisconsin was once in the doldrums and is now a Big Ten power.
On Sunday, about 90,000 feet will begin a 26.2 mile journey though the streets of Chicago.
Chicago’s defensive questions will have to be answered from inside the organization.
The Blackhawks look primed and loaded for another long playoff run, but they’re going to have to do it without their top prospect Teuvo Teravainen.
Former Bears running back Cedric Benson wants a job in the NFL and has sent out a workout video to show he is in shape and ready to work.
Blame them all — the players, Emery, Trestman and DeCamillis. It’s that ugly.
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