With a heavy workload, Matt Forte understands why he takes a mid-week day off.
The Bears’ starting offensive line practiced together for the first time since Week 1.
Plus, Brandon Marshall insists he’s fine with his role in the Chicago offense.
“We have all the talent in the world, we shouldn’t be sitting at 2-3,” Brandon Marshall says.
Jeremiah Ratliff is recovering from a concussion.
Jermon Bushrod has a knee injury, and his status for Sunday is unclear.
Chicago didn’t do a good enough job last season of developing its youngsters, Marc Trestman admitted.
Also, Aaron Kromer says the Bears won’t run the ball out of an obligation to be balanced.
The Jets bring a lot of max blitzes, but the Bears see opportunities.
Early season injuries are testing the depth of the Bears and 49ers.
Establishing the run takes on more importance Sunday night, Jay Cutler says.
Two new names were also added to the injury list: Jordan Mills and Isaiah Frey.
The promotion frees up more time for Aaron Kromer to focus on his offensive coordinator duties.
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.