Marc Trestman says Marquess Wilson has the intelligence and flexibility the team’s looking for.
What needs to the Bears have right now? Adam Hoge looks at the holes on the Bears’ depth chart.
A step-by-step, player-by-player look at the offseason script for the Bears to follow.
Cardinals wideout Larry Fitzgerald is impressed by his counterparts in Chicago.
Tim Baffoe lists all the reasons why the Bears would be a great on “Hard Knocks” this summer.
Alshon Jeffery’s breakout second season didn’t go unnoticed.
Brandon Marshall predicts his best season is still coming.
To now continue to rail against Cutler is howling at the moon, tilting at windmills, typing in metaphors.
Jay Cutler and the Bears have cemented their bond, for years to come.
There are still a number of lingering questions that need to be answered if the Bears are going to continue working toward winning a Super Bowl.
The mood at Halas Hall on Monday was not as gloomy as one might think.
Brandon Marshall likes to make predictions regarding his quarterback, so it wasn’t all that surprising that the Bears wide receiver made another one Sunday after his team’s season ended.
Aaron Rodgers fired a 48-yard touchdown pass to Randall Cobb in the final minute, and the Green Bay Packers beat the Chicago Bears 33-28 to capture the NFC North championship.
On the fourth play of the Bears’ second drive Sunday, wide receiver Alshon Jeffery went in motion and took the handoff from quarterback Jay Cutler.
Before he returned to the field, Jay Cutler had to make sure his teammates wanted him back.
Jay Cutler’s performance against the Cleveland Browns personified the trite sports cliche of it’s not how you start, but how you finish.
Jay Cutler shook off some early rustiness and threw three touchdown passes in his first start since Nov. 10, leading the Chicago Bears to a 38-31 win Sunday over the Cleveland Browns.
In Week 2, Jay Cutler solved Pittsburgh’s fire zone 3-4 scheme, and one of Steeler coordinator Dick LeBeau’s students is using it in Cleveland. Yards are tough to come by against the Ray Horton coached Browns defense.
Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jeffery and Earl Bennett have become the best blocking trio in the NFL.
Can a defense be overhauled in one year? Is Jay Cutler the answer at quarterback in the short term? These are questions Phil Emery is paid to answer, and it’s far easier to develop those answers with cap space room.