Four weeks into the season, the Bears are still looking for a kick returner.
Brandon Marshall is as prepared as they come in the NFL.
Also, Marc Trestman lauded Devin Hester for his record-breaking performance Thursday.
“I’ve got a quarterback now that … he loves even the walk-ons,” Hester says.
It was a night you just don’t see often in the NFL.
The former Chicago Bear has set an NFL record with his 20th return for a touchdown, breaking the mark he shared with Deion Sanders.
Receiver Rashad Ross and cornerback Isaiah Frey have been promoted from the practice squad.
Plus, the defense is “revealing itself” and the latest injury news.
Robbie Gould’s back, but Chicago’s looking for a new punter, holder, snapper and kick returner.
Forget X’s and O’s. Are Trestman and Emery robots? And what happens without Mannelly?
“We weren’t tough at all,” Tim Jennings said of Chicago’s defense in 2013.
Bears general manager Phil Emery is intrigued by Williams’ speed and elusiveness.
Chicago still holds a special place in Devin Hester’s heart.
Thomas fits into the slot receiver/scatback/returner mold.
Brian Urlacher’s indifference toward being honored by the Bears says a lot.
In a welcome tweet, Atlanta also refers to Hester as a receiver in addition to being a return specialist.
Devin Hester has claimed he has interest from “at least 15 teams.”
Clearly not over his divorce with the Bears, Brian Urlacher is displaying his immaturity.
Devin Hester returned punts for touchdowns at a higher rate than all but one returner in NFL history.
Bears legend Brian Urlacher says he was “surprised” the Bears parted ways with Hester.