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Royal has missed three games this season due to injury.
Barkley has been trusted to lead the Bears’ offense.
Acho has been nominated for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award.
With friction reported, coach John Fox touted the work of defensive coordinator Fangio. He’s got a point.
Fox stated that he wants the entire coaching staff back in 2017.
Hossa soon turns 38, and he ranks among the league leaders in goals.
Seabrook left the ice and went straight to the dressing room after taking a hit against the board.
Trading Chris Sale for a major haul should be just the beginning for the White Sox.
After a slow start, Floyd leads all rookies in sacks with seven.
The Bears claimed Banks off waivers from the Lions.
Bullard, the Bears’ third-round pick, sat and watched his team in Sunday’s win.
Howard wore custom cleats to honor his late father, who died of pulmonary fibrosis.
The Bears showed they’re better than the 49ers and the No. 2 pick.
Royal didn’t practice in the week leading up to Sunday’s game.
Five games remain for Barkley to show what he can be as a starting quarterback.
Linebacker Leonard Floyd remains in the concussion protocol.
Cutler’s 2016 season is over, and his Bears career could be done, too.
Cutler will have surgery on his labrum Saturday, coach John Fox said.
Howard will join the NFL’s “My Cleats, My Cause” day to honor his late father.
A pair of seventh-round picks will play key roles in the Bears’ offense.