The Bears got some good news Tuesday when linebacker D.J. Williams returned to the practice field for at least the limited portion open to the media.
Earl Bennett and Henry Melton were seen at practice Tuesday for the first time since they suffered their concussions.
As NFL offenses continue to evolve into high-octane passing games, the defenses are trying to adapt.
) Bears left tackle Jermon Bushrod returned to practice Monday afternoon after missing time with an injured calf.
That’s what happens when both baseball teams are in the process of being sold for scrap.
Can the Bears stay healthy enough at wide receiver?
While the Bears’ offense won’t try to tell you it had a great performance Sunday at Ford Field in a 26-24 win over the Lions, there was one encouraging sign:
Cutler threw for 257 yards and a touchdown and helped seal the game with a late scramble, as the Bears won 26-24 against the Lions on Sunday.
Lovie Smith didn’t waste any time in distributing the blame for Sunday’s 23-17 overtime loss to the Seahawks.
Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall seemed somewhat surprised at the coverage the Panthers used on the Bears’ game-winning drive.
Lovie Smith expects his Bears to be refreshed and ready to go against the Lions after coming off their bye this weekend, and he thinks wide receiver Earl Bennett will “move right in” to fill the void left by the injured Alshon Jeffery.
Let’s take a closer look at Jay Cutler’s four interceptions to determine if the Packers were even in Cover-2 Man, but more importantly, to get to the bottom of where the finger(s) should be pointed.
Here’s something you may have never thought you’d hear: The Bears wide receivers were a strong point in training camp.
It’s tough to criticize the work new Bears general manager Phil Emery has done in his first few months with the team.
Earl Bennetts new four-year contract worth $18 million has elevated him to underwear model status.
In talking about his hit on the Bears’ Earl Bennett, Roman Harper of the New Orleans Saints didn’t mention that he pocketed enough cash to pick up the check for the entire Saints defense at one of New Orleans’ priciest eating establishments.
The Chicago Bears stopped their five-game losing streak at the end of this what-could-have-been season, but even this victory was plenty painful.
There’s no use looking back now. The 2011 season is over and it’ time to start preparing for the future.
During a busy day at Halas Hall that saw wide receiver Earl Bennett ink a four-year extension, The Score’s Bears expert Zach Zaidman joined The Boers and Bernstein Show to break down the Bears.
According to a report from The Score’s Zach Zaidman, the Bears have agreed to terms on a four-year deal with wide receiver Earl Bennett.