Urlacher appears to be on much better terms with the Bears.
It’s time to honor the past and further connect Chicago to Champaign.
In this week’s That Thing You Missed watch a young Cubs fan get a dose of reality, a 5-year old who can kick your butt, Drake get his grooming on and Dick Butkus sing at Wrigley Field.
Bundled up in Wrigley Field’s upper deck on a cold April day, a nine-year-old girl jumped from her seat and yelled to her father.
Gale Sayers had a historic six-touchdown day on Dec. 12, 1965.
Houston wants to play “nasty, in-your-face football.”
It’s a new day in the NFL, one that seriously brings into question the importance of defense.
ith a brand new coaching staff and brand new offensive scheme, it’s difficult to predict exactly how the Bears will fare in 2013.
Check out this picture of Dick Butkus as he reacts to being drafted by the Bears with the third pick in the 1964 NFL Draft.
The Bears-Packers rivalry is the oldest one in the NFL and Hall of Famer Dick Butkus remembers just how that rivalry was during his career.
Resistance is futile. As the clock ticked down to the Bears’ victory over Seattle and the NFC Championship date with the Packers became reality, I committed to growing a Ditka mustache by morning.
Remember all the worries about Urlacher’s health during training camp? Just two weeks ago he broke Mike Singletary’s career franchise record for tackles. Brian Urlacher is healthy and helping the Bears make their push for the playoffs. LISTEN: TOM THAYER AND JOSH LISS
Walter Payton and Dick Butkus are two of the greatest Bears players of all time. But where do they rank in the recent list of top 100 players in NFL history?