Bears Draft Chalk Talk

Chicago Bears chairman George McCaskey.  (Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

George McCaskey Talks Draft, Ryan Pace, Ray McDonald & More

Bears owner McCaskey joined the Mully and Hanley Show on Monday morning.

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Kevin White. (Getty Images)

Kevin White: I’d Be ‘Very Happy’ If Bears Pick Me

White is a projected top-10 pick in the NFL Draft.

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Durkin: NFL Mock Draft 3.0

With the draft just days away, here’s Durkin’s final first-round projection.

Defensive back Vann McElroy #26 and linebacker Rod Martin #53 of Los Angeles Raiders tackle running back Emery Moorehead #87 of the Chicago Bears during the game at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on December 27, 1987 in Los Angeles, California. The Bears won 6-3. (Photo by George Rose/Getty Images)

Former Bear Emery Moorehead: Football ‘Tough Career’ But Worth It

Chicago public high school athletes attended a symposium Saturday on what it’s like to be drafted for the NFL.

Doug Buffone.

Chicago Says Goodbye To Beloved Bear Doug Buffone

Mourners gathered at Old St. Pat’s Church to pay final respects to the legendary linebacker, who was found dead in his Chicago home Monday at age 70.

Ray McDonald. (Getty Images)

Report: Bears’ Ray McDonald Cleared By NFL Following Domestic Abuse Investigation

The league’s investigation into an alleged sexual assault incident regarding McDonald is still ongoing.

Eric Rowe, right. (Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Durkin’s Prospect Watch: CB Eric Rowe

Given his measurables, position versatility and speed, Rowe projects as a solid second-round prospect.

Dave Duerson

Duerson Family Plans To Challenge NFL Concussion Settlement

Thomas Demetrio, an attorney for the family of late Chicago Bears safety Dave Duerson, objects to the exclusion of future awards for CTE, the brain trauma that some call “the signature disease of football.” Lawyers involved in the settlement say an appeal could hold up payments to thousands of players.

Bear Pascoe, left. (Getty Images)

Bears Sign TE Bear Pascoe

Pascoe’s a six-year veteran with 40 career catches.

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Durkin’s 2015 NFL Draft Big Board 2.0

Here are the top 64 prospects in the 2015 Draft in Dan Durkin’s eyes.

Charles Tillman. (Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Charles Tillman: ‘I’ll Always Be A Bear’

The next chapter of Tillman’s journey takes him to Charlotte, but he’ll never forget Chicago.

Bears general manager Ryan Pace. (David Banks/Getty Images)

Gabriel: Inside An NFL Draft Room

If you’re interested in trading up or down, you’ll have a busy week leading up to the draft.

Jordan Phillips, right. (Daniel/Getty Images)

Durkin’s Prospect Watch: DT Jordan Phillips

Phillips has the physical skills to dominate at the NFL level and could be a second-round value.

Bears coach John Fox, left, and general manager Ryan Pace. (David Banks/Getty Images)

Durkin: Rapid Reaction To Bears’ 2015 Schedule

It’s not an easy start for Chicago, and many stout pass defenses await.

Matt Forte. (Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

Chicago Bears’ 2015 Schedule Released

The Chicago Bears’ full 2015 schedule was released Tuesday evening, and they’ll open the new season against the Green Bay Packers on Sept. 13.

Doug Buffone. (670 The Score)
Doug Buffone. (670 The Score)

Services For Doug Buffone Set For Friday

A legendary Chicago Bear, Buffone passed away Monday at 70.

Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, left, and Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. (Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Reports: Bears-Packers To Play On Thanksgiving Night

The full NFL schedule will be released Tuesday at 7 p.m.

Doug Buffoe, right, and Ed O'Bradovich formed a legendary pairing on Bears postgame shows on 670 The Score. (670 The Score)

Rongey: Doug Buffone Was One Of A Kind

It’s easy to envision Doug above us somewhere, primed to yell at the TV and break down the Bears.

Doug Buffone. (670 The Score)

Baffoe: Everyone Knew Doug Buffone

Doug was royalty and the Everyman all at once.

Doug Buffone.

Doug Buffone Has Died At 70

Buffone had a 14-year career with the Bears and was a 670 The Score host on Bears postgame.