Saints Fan Convicted Of Shoving Bears Owner At Soldier FieldRichard Kohnke, 58, of New Orleans, was convicted of the charge following a bench trial before Judge Anthony Calabrese, court records show. He was sentenced to six months of court supervision.
George McCaskey Expresses Sadness For Victims, Regret For Ray McDonald SigningMcCaskey took ownership for signing McDonald, who was released Monday after another arrest.
Baffoe: The Apology George McCaskey Should Make But Won'tMcCaskey's priorities are out of line, and it's embarrassing.
Bernstein: Stupid Bears Got ConnedThis is bad for the Bears, casting a pall of doubt and distrust over every level of ownership and management, just at the time new energy from the very top spurred the kind of regime change that inspired fans to embrace some hope.
DiCaro: Bears Responsible For Message They Sent To Ray McDonald, Other PlayersThe Bears sent a message that they stand firmly behind whatever stories their players choose to tell them.
With NFL Draft In Town, Bears Still Hoping To Bring Super Bowl To Soldier FieldChicago Bears chairman George McCaskey admitted they’d first have to solve the problem of the stadium being about 8,000 seats too small for what the NFL wants for a Super Bowl.
Matt Forte Wins Piccolo Award But Skips CeremonyForte has also skipped the team's voluntary practices recently.
George McCaskey Talks Draft, Ryan Pace, Ray McDonald & MoreBears owner McCaskey joined the Mully and Hanley Show on Monday morning.
DiCaro: George McCaskey's Comments Make It Tough To Get Behind BearsMcCaskey's recent shortsighted comments on sexual/domestic violence underscore a big NFL issue.
Baffoe: Ray McDonald & Defending The FamilyWe're quick to use "innocent until proven guilty" to compartmentalize when rooting for our favorite athletes.
Abuse Victims’ Advocate Outraged By Bears Signing Of Ray McDonaldCBS 2’s Brad Edwards spoke with one abuse victim’s advocate outraged by the signing.
McCaskey: One Of 'Best Moves' Was Hiring Ernie AccorsiAs a consultant, Accorsi brought out the truth in candidates, George McCaskey says.