Without mentioning names, former Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher made some pointed comments on the current Bears coaching staff in a report by Dan Pompei.
Ho, ho, ho! Baffoe Claus here. I’m way better than Ditka Claus because I don’t smell like cigars, I haven’t been compromised by endorsement commitments (yet), and children are genuinely happy when I show up to their homes bearing gifts (pizza is the greatest gift of all; wine for children, not so much).
It’s a new day in the NFL, one that seriously brings into question the importance of defense.
The Bears are a mere middling football team, making stories.
Brian Urlacher knows who he wants starting at quarterback for the Bears moving forward.
No matter what scheme the Bears are playing, there’s one thing they can’t overcome.
So come along and let’s point and laugh at some of these precious souls who actually verbalized their assumptions or desires for the Chicago Bears to sign either Brett Favre or Tim Tebow.
General manager Phil Emery isn’t giving up on his team just yet.
Time-travel stories never really work, upon inspection.
Wud up, bro. How’s retirement?
Brian Urlacher said he heard from just about everyone from the Bears after he announced his retirement from the NFL after 13 seasons.
It’s the final few moments of his illustrious career that are bothering No. 54.
Former Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher, now an analyst for Fox Sports 1, is sharing some secrets of his former team’s defense.
Ryan Braun is an oozing abscess of gelled up hair and bad t-shirts.
Seeing the names of rookie Bears this time of year is usually not a good thing.
I doubt that’s the deciding factor when Phil Emery sits down with Cutler’s representation after this season.
Trestman and Tucker still have DE Julius Peppers, 33, OLB Lance Briggs, 32, and CB Charles Tillman, 32, to anchor the defense.
As he does every year, Deadpin’s Drew Magary explains why each NFL team sucks.
When the Bears chose to go in a different direction, one former Bears linebacker wasn’t thrilled with the decision.
Shut up until the offseason. Pretty simple. And probably a pretty good idea.