While the severity of Jay Cutler’s groin injury isn’t known yet, one Bears expert is preparing for the worst.
After nine seasons as the Bears special teams coordinator, Dave Toub knew it was time to move on from the post he’d held for almost a decade.
What once looked so promising, a 7-1 record and a high-flying defense, has now turned bleak.
Brian Urlacher’s hamstring injury, suffered in the Bears’ overtime loss to the Seahawks on Sunday, could keep the aging middle linebacker from playing this Sunday against the Vikings.
As Cutler attempts to come back from a concussion suffered in Sunday’s loss to the Texans, one Bears expert said the team needs to prepare as if back-up quarterback Jason Campbell will be the starter.
The Bears may have run over teams like the Jaguars and the Titans with ease, but facing the 7-1 Texans will be a different story.
Though Lovie Smith still has another full season left on his contract, as is such with the NFL, talk of a possible extension for the head coach is already going on.
Matt Forte’s value to the Bears extends far beyond the running game.
Even more so than the public beating the Bears took at Lambeau Field on Thursday night, media and fans alike have been discussing the actions of quarterback Jay Cutler.
After the team’s 41-21 victory over the Colts, it’s clear the offensive lived up to the hype.
Expectations for the Bears offense have never been higher.
In the Bears preseason win over the Redskins on Saturday, the team was seemingly running on all cylinders. That is, of course, with the exception of the safeties.
When news broke Tuesday that Brian Urlacher underwent arthroscopic surgery on his knee, Bears fans across Chicago covered their eyes and hoped for the best.
Now that you’ve gotten your first look at the 2012 Bears, it’s time to review their first preseason game against the Broncos.
When the Bears kick off their first preseason game against the Broncos tonight, eyes will be focused on first-round draft pick Shea McClellin.
While any injury merits concern, one Bears expert said there’s reason to be positive about Urlacher’s injury.
Hours before the deadline, Forte and the Bears reached an agreement on a four-year deal worth a reported $31.5 million. Here is the breakdown of the deal
Now, the pressure rests on head coach Lovie Smith to win with what the GM has gotten him.
With an improved offense and Pro Bowl-caliber defense, one Bears expert said the 2012 Bears would stack up well against the 2006 Bears.
When the clock strikes midnight tonight, Brian Urlacher will turn 34 years old.