The Bears suffered two significant injuries in their preseason opener.
As NFL offenses continue to evolve into high-octane passing games, the defenses are trying to adapt.
Jay Cutler may have thrown four interceptions in Tuesday’s practice at Olivet Nazarene University, but there’s seems to be some disagreement amongst the Bears about how many of them were legitimate.
When Bears general manager Phil Emery made the decision to hold all contract extensions discussions until after the season, some questioned his decision.
Henry Melton and the Bears did not work out a longterm deal.
The defensive tackle comes in at No. 9 for the second straight season.
Hard to believe, but Bears training camp starts next month. We’re just 50 days away from the inaugural Camp Trestman, and 95 days away from the season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals.
The NFL allows teams with new head coaches to hold five additional voluntary mini-camp practices prior to the NFL Draft. So why did new Bears head coach Marc Trestman only use three of them?
Defensive tackle Henry Melton signed his franchise tender for the Bears Tuesday.
The Bears have used their franchise tag on defensive tackle Henry Melton, the team announced Friday night.
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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:
The Bears will be without backup running back Armando Allen Sunday against the Lions, but defensive tackle Henry Melton will play.
Bears radio analyst Tom Thayer backed up Henry Melton’s comments.
Raiola heard Melton’s comments and was rather outspoken in his criticisms of Melton.
Under head coach Jim Schwartz, the Lions have earned the reputation of being a dirty, undisciplined team around the league.
Charles Tillman, Tim Jennings, Henry Melton, Julius Peppers and Brandon Marshall made the NFC squad.
Slam. Click. That’s the Bears’ much-discussed championship window, closed and locked. Sealed until further notice.
While Lovie Smith’s team wasn’t eliminated by the Seahawks Sunday, it was beaten and exposed. This one looked bad.
A 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty wasn’t Jay Cutler’s only punishment for flipping the ball at a Vikings defender after the quarterback picked up a first down.