The Bears just need Fuller to be a serviceable piece in their defense—for now.
Jordan Mills and Charles Leno have struggled at right tackle this preseason.
Alan Ball, Kyle Fuller and Sherrick McManis will have to step up in the Bears’ secondary.
“He just wouldn’t (throw) to me,” Hester says. “That’s just how he was.”
Jennings took the high road after the Bears cut him.
With the Packers looming in two weeks, the Bears aren’t ready for the regular season to kick off.
The Bears trimmed their roster to 76.
The Bears’ starting safety is out for the season.
Jennings is a two-time Pro Bowler.
There were only a few bright spots Saturday.
Plenty went wrong in the Bears’ 21-10 dress rehearsal loss in Cincinnati.
Jay Cutler was 13-of-17 for 98 yards.
Chicago’s first string hasn’t run the ball well yet in the preseason.
Who will grab the starting job at right tackle?
Forte is in the final year of his deal in Chicago and has an uncertain future.
The Bears are missing their top four receivers to various injuries.
From afar, the Bears’ division mates continue to be amused by the dumpster fire.
The Bears signed McDonald earlier this spring before cutting him after he ran into more trouble.
Bennett has another unique talent.
The Bears are now without Alshon Jeffery, Kevin White, Eddie Royal and Marquess Wilson.