Go behind the scenes and inside the headset of Bears head coach Marc Trestman.
It’s not exactly the “Greatest Show On Turf” the Rams once boasted on offense, but St. Louis’ defense has a lot of speed and the unit takes advantage of it on the artificial turf inside the Edward Jones Dome.
Shea McClellin is the leading tackler, top sacker, and tops in disruptive plays through the first half of the season on the defensive line.
At least the Bears defense can say that it made its own luck.
A short week could leave the Bears shorthanded Thursday night against the Giants.
Martellus Bennett isn’t really concerned about the success Jimmy Graham is having in New Orleans.
Marc Trestman was out of a job. That’s when Sean Payton called.
It’s important to remember Kyle Long saw the 3-4 defense every day at Oregon.
While the Bears’ offensive line as a whole played well against the Bengals, right guard Kyle Long made his fair share of minor rookie mistakes.
Marc Trestman had waited his entire professional life for the chance to make that kind of call.
Here are Jeff Joniak’s Keys to the Game for the Bears’ Week 1 matchup with the Bengals.
The wide receiver feels rushed coming back from offseason hip surgery.
Don’t do this whole thing again. Not in your fourth offense in Chicago.
It’s an all too common theme with the Chicago Bears, but their depth on the offensive line is already being tested in training camp.
It’s rare for a prospect with only a handful of collegiate starts to end up as the 20th overall selection in the NFL draft, yet that’s exactly where Kyle Long found himself this past April 25th.
That’s what happens when both baseball teams are in the process of being sold for scrap.
Though he was short on specifics wide receiver Brandon Marshall made it clear he’s happy the Bears went through a complete organizational makeover this past offseason.
The Bears’ three-day voluntary mini-camp this week was not only an introduction to Marc Trestman’s offense for onlooking reporters, but it was also an introduction for the players.
The quarterback from Santa Claus, Indiana just got another Christmas morning.
The Bears leading receiver at the tight end position last season was Kellen Davis, who caught just 19 receptions.