Judge Approves NFL Concussion SettlementA $675 million cap has been lifted, and there's a tiered system for payouts to ex-pros.
McMahon: 'I Wouldn’t Be Here' If I Kept Guns At HomeFormer Bears quarterback Jim McMahon was in Chicago on Tuesday ahead of the Sports Legacy Institute’s first annual Chicago gala Wednesday evening, when he’ll be honored for becoming a public face of concussions in the NFL.
Keidel: NFL's 'Culture Of Coercion' Destroying PlayersA conga line of football icons is suing the NFL for negligence, malfeasance, malpractice, and just about everything short of global warming.
Ex-Players: NFL Illegally Supplied DrugsThree '85 Bears, including Jim McMahon, are central figures in the lawsuit.
Report: Former '85 Bears File Super Bowl Shuffle LawsuitThere's controversy brewing over the '85 Bears' famed Super Bowl Shuffle.
Baffoe: Great Moments In Ditka HistoryWhile a lot of focus was on some more popular clips of Ditka the player and Ditka the coach, I feel much of the true Ditka was not highlighted enough Monday
Jim McMahon: No Longer 'Have Thoughts Of Killing Myself' Former Bears quarterback Jim McMahon has dealt with his fair share of issues since he walked away from the NFL in 1996 after a 15-year career.
Throwback: McMahon, The Fridge Star In Coca-Cola CommercialIt's not quite Thursday yet, but we can still throw it back a bit.
Baffoe: NFL Retirees Getting A Soldier's TreatmentCelebrate them as they work for us, making us feel good. Buy stock in the slogans. Don attire supporting them. Forget about them once they can’t fight for us anymore. Am I talking about soldiers or football players?
Bernstein: No Need For Urlacher To Retire A Bear Let’s all stop the stupidity over Brian Urlacher needing to keep some kind of pristine connection to the Bears, as if the mere sight of him limping around the field in any other colors is somehow unthinkable.
McMahon: 'I Get A Little Mad At Myself' Over Dementia ProblemsHe was thrown through the air, and slammed head first to the ground. Former Chicago Bears quarterback Jim McMahon said he always knew his body would be beaten up by playing football, but he said he did not know the extent of damage being done to his brain.
McMahon: 'Super Bowl Week Wasn't A Good Time For Me'It should have been the crowning career moment for former Chicago Bears quarterback Jim McMahon when he helped his team win the Super Bowl. Instead, McMahon, in a sit-down interview with CBS 2's Dave Savini, says the experience was a nightmare.