Just two days after announcing his retirement as a player, former Bears safety Chris Harris has been hired by the team as a defensive quality control coach.
With their secondary marred by injuries, the Jaguars have reportedly signed former Bears safety Chris Harris.
Former Chicago Bear Chris Harris is issuing a big donation, after seeing a tweet about a family in need of an elevator lift for their quadruplets who all suffer from cerebral palsy.
Instead of safety Chris Harris lining up with the Bears secondary, he will now take his place in the Lions secondary as their strong safety. Harris was cut by the Bears on Oct. 27 and was signed by the Lions the following day.
One day after his release from the Bears, the Lions have claimed veteran safety Chris Harris off waivers.
One day after former Bears linebacker Hunter Hillenmeyer took to Twitter to tell the world how he felt about Jerry Angelo’s decision to cut Chris Harris, he joined The Mully and Hanley Show to discuss his comments.
Lovie Smith’s name has been mentioned as a candidate to take over at Ohio State should there be another opening. Would he be interested?
Former Chicago Bear and WBBM Newsradio analyst Tom Thayer says a four-day rest is just what the veterans on the Bears need, as the team enters a bye week.
The Bears may have released veteran safety Chris Harris, but one former Bears player isn’t thrilled about it.
The release of Chris Harris from the Bears wasn’t exactly a shock to one NFL insider.
Chris Harris’ time with the Bears has come to an end, and he is calling it “one of the lowest points” in his career.
They haven’t looked truly remarkable since their Week 1 thrashing of Atlanta, but in running the ball better of late and an improved defense, the playoffs don’t seem as far fetched as they did after the Green Bay and New Orleans debacles earlier in the year.
Less than a week after he requested a trade from Chicago, Bears safety Chris Harris is active for the Bears showdown against the Bucs in London.
When Jerry Angelo pulls the trigger on a trade, he does it for one reason: to make his football team better.
With the Bears 3-3, let’s see what’s on the mind of Bears fans in this week’s edition of Laurence Holmes’ mailbag.
In one week’s time, Bears safety Chris Harris lost his starting job, was rendered inactive for Sunday’s game and has formally requested to be traded.
After the Bears were embarrassed on a national stage in their Monday night loss to the Lions, it seemed obvious change was coming.
(CBS) It’s safe to say it’s been a whirlwind for Bears safety Chris Harris over the past few weeks. After missing three games with a hamstring injury, Harris proved to be a liability in coverage […]
After a week in which he lost his starting job and was ruled inactive against the Vikings, Bears safety Chris Harris formally requested a trade Monday morning.
Lovie Smith does appear to have his own supply of paper towels, though, that he’s been able to pull out of the supply closet, to unroll as needed to mop up the pessimism (and who would engage in that, dare I ask?) and keep his team from slipping into the abyss.