Chris Emma covers much of the Chicago sports scene for 670 The Score and CBSChicago.com. He previously worked with Scout.com and 247Sports.com. A Geneva native, he now lives in the Lakeview neighborhood.
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Veteran guard Matt Slauson stepped in at center in the Bears’ win.
Bennett responded to Cutler criticism as only Bennett can.
Cutler offered a performance even his harshest critics can’t argue with.
The Bears have their starting quarterback back.
If Cutler’s hamstring is ready for Sunday, he will be the starter.
Relive the best of this Cubs regular season.
The Bears vow to keep fighting toward a better football culture.
Bennett is buying into the Bears’ rebuilding plan.
Ratliff had been serving a three-game suspension for a 2013 DWI.
Cutler and Jeffery are each dealing with hamstring injuries.
Arrieta’s rise to being a Cy Young candidate surprised many — but not him.
Ryan Pace dealt Jared Allen and Jon Bostic on Monday, the start of digging for organizational value.
Fox touched on some positives from his team’s loss in Seattle.
The Cubs celebrated their season with a raucous party.
The Cubs were kept from clinching, thanks to the Pirates’ closing ability.
Ramirez sees similarities between the Cubs and his 2004 Red Sox.
“I feel so much more comfortable,” Clausen says.
Sabermetrics illustrate the effectiveness of Hendricks this season.
Chicago (0-2) seeks its first win of the season Sunday in one of the league’s most hostile environments.
Despite reports that Cutler will miss Sunday’s game, John Fox hasn’t ruled him out.