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The Bears appear primed to turn to a younger option at guard.
The Bears can tender the franchise tag on Fuller beginning Tuesday, but will they instead move for a long-term deal?
In two years with the Bears, Freeman served two suspensions for violating the league’ policy on performance-enhancing drugs.
With Akiem Hicks and Eddie Goldman, the Bears have two anchors to build around.
The Bears have until March 9 to decide on a team option for Sitton, the veteran guard set to turn 32 in June.
The Bears could make some subtractions at tight end, but their hopes largely rest on the shoulders of Adam Shaheen.
Thome will be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in July after being selected on the first ballot.
Bears receivers lacked the ability to separate and produce game-changing plays in 2017.
New coach Matt Nagy sees some interesting possibilities in utilizing his Bears running backs.
New Bears coach Matt Nagy will have an altered preseason schedule as a result of the Hall of Fame Game.
Will the Bears look to draft another quarterback this spring? That’s one route Ryan Pace could go.
The Cubs cemented their elite rotation for years to come by signing Darvish to a six-year deal.
“They got a tremendous leader,” Hill says of the Bears hiring Nagy.
Set for enshrinement in August, Urlacher is looking ahead to the 2020 class with high hopes for Briggs.
After Butler’s Super Bowl benching, his case in free agency is plenty complicated.
“You learn that you don’t know everything,” the Rams’ Sean McVay says of being a young coach in the NFL.
The Eagles prevailed over the Patriots, 41-33, in Super Bowl LII, capping an improbable run to a championship.
Jeffery guaranteed a championship as a member of the Bears and won the Super Bowl with the Eagles a year later.
“Very humbling,” Urlacher said of being selected to the 2018 class for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Urlacher, who played all 13 years with the Bears, was elected to the Hall of Fame on the first ballot.