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.
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.
It may have happened against the worst defense in the NFL, but not surprisingly, the Bears graded out very well in their 45-28 win over the Dallas Cowboys Monday night.
Pro Bowl nose tackle Haloti Ngata is inactive for the Ravens, no doubt a break for the Bears on a day where running the football will be important.
Shea McClellin is the leading tackler, top sacker, and tops in disruptive plays through the first half of the season on the defensive line.
The bye week couldn’t arrive a better time for a battered Bears team.
No matter who you talk to on the defensive side of the football — from coaches to players — you hear the same two words in regards to the struggles of the Bears’ defensive line.
Adam Hoge has a loaded Tweetbag to get you through the Bears’ off day.
There’s no getting around the fact that the Bears’ defensive line has underwhelmed this season.
It wasn’t exactly how the Bears usually do it, but they finally got pressure on the QB.
As expected, wide receiver Earl Bennett will play Sunday in the season opener against the Bengals, but now the question might be: how much will he play for the Bears this season?
Here are some of my observations and impressions from the second-to-last practice in Bourbonnais.
Marc Trestman saw a “vicious” battle in Monday’s practice.
Corey Wootton’s impressive training camp hit a speed bump Thursday when he left practice with a hip injury.
In a passing league, a defense can never have too many pass rushers.
This is the second in a two-part series, taking a look at the Bears defensive roster by position group.
Chicago’s defense scored two touchdowns and the Bears beat the Arizona Cardinals 28-13.
Looking back on it, a 4-1 record going into the bye week really was the best-case scenario for the Chicago Bears.
It appeared the battle was over last week, but the Bears’ first depth chart confirmed Monday that J’Marcus Webb is the starting left tackle.