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The Redskins could turn to the defensive coordinator they desired two years ago.
“We’re all disappointed,” GM Ryan Pace says after a 3-13 season.
The Bears forced just 11 takeaways in 2016, the lowest mark in the NFL.
The Bears have several avenues to choose from in deciding Jeffery’s future.
McCaskey spoke strongly on the state of his family’s franchise.
First up for Bears general manager Ryan Pace is the looming decision on quarterback Jay Cutler.
The Bears can get a head start on evaluating some of the top prospects.
The Bears (3-13) have finished in last place in the division for three straight seasons.
Hoyer could return to a quarterback competition next season with the Bears.
White expects to be 100 percent for the offseason program.
The Bears were hardly competitive in their season-ending 38-10 loss to the Vikings.
Shortly after the Bears finished an abysmal 3-13, Jeffery made a bold proclamation.
Fox was mum when asked whether he expects to be back as the Bears’ coach.
The Bears (3-13) finished with their worst record ever in a 16-game schedule.
The two individuals dropped a banner in protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Howard surpassed Matt Forte’s rookie record set in 2008.
Floyd’s rookie season is officially over after the Bears ruled him inactive.
Floyd remains in the concussion protocol.
Directing the league’s fifth-worst scoring offense, Loggains has come under fire for his play-calling.
Fox attempted to evade questions on the future of his Bears coaching staff.