Emma: Playoffs In Doubt As Blackhawks Still Seeking Better PlayWithout Corey Crawford, the Blackhawks are hoping more consistent play is enough to reach the postseason.
Blackhawks Hope Corey Crawford Can Return This SeasonThe Blackhawks were mum on the health of Crawford, who hasn't made progress in dealing with reported vertigo-like symptoms.
New Bears Special Teams Coordinator Chris Tabor Excited To Use Explosiveness Of Tarik CohenTabor is eager to work with Cohen, the Bears returner whom he referred to as a "dynamic" threat.
Mark Helfrich Aims To Bring Innovation To Bears OffenseThe Bears will likely utilize run-pass options among other new looks under the direction of Helfrich and Matt Nagy.
Comfort With Bears' Direction Led Vic Fangio To Stay In ChicagoAfter realizing a fit with Matt Nagy, it was clear to Fangio that Chicago was the place to be.
Bears To Hire Shane Toub As Offensive AssistantShane Toub is the son of former Bears and current Chiefs special teams coordinator Dave Toub.
Rejuvenated Kris Bryant Striving For More Improvement In 2018It wasn't all fun and games for Bryant this offseason, who spent time improving his swing after a drop in power.
Bears Plan To 'Attack' Changes At Wide ReceiverPlayers like Jarvis Landry, Sammy Watkins and Allen Robinson should appeal to the Bears in free agency.
Cubs' Ian Happ Hopes To Build On Breakout Rookie SeasonAfter a strong rookie campaign, Happ is comfortable with his place on the Cubs and what could come in 2018.
Chili Davis Hopes Patience, Preparation Brings Best Out Of Cubs HittersDavis was hired as the new Cubs hitting coach this offseason in a move that even surprised him.
Emma: With Retention Of Vic Fangio, Bears Ensure Continuity For Budding DefenseFangio has overseen the transformation of the Bears' defense in the past three years.
Tom Ricketts Still Not Ready To Welcome Sammy Sosa Back With Cubs: 'Put Everything On The Table'Ricketts pointed to Sosa's place as a controversial figure in baseball's steroid era as the reason why he hasn't been welcomed back.