The Bears’ special teams struggles in 2014 have been quantified.
DeCamillis spent the past two seasons in Chicago.
Defensive coordinator Mel Tucker took inventory of two tough seasons in Chicago.
Plus, Lance Briggs says Lovie Smith “should be remembered as one of the great coaches in Chicago.”
There’s so much to consider with this mess that the Bears have become.
“We’ve got a great staff,” Bears coach Marc Trestman says.
No Bears returner has brought the ball past the 18-yard line. Why do they keep trying?
Blame them all — the players, Emery, Trestman and DeCamillis. It’s that ugly.
Four weeks into the season, the Bears are still looking for a kick returner.
Chicago didn’t do a good enough job last season of developing its youngsters, Marc Trestman admitted.
Briggs being slow, Conte being bad, Jay still being Jay, Tucker coaching — we have it all.
With the season starting in five days, all we’ve seen from the Bears is drama and subpar play.
Robbie Gould’s back, but Chicago’s looking for a new punter, holder, snapper and kick returner.
Jordan Lynch has very little time to transform himself into a special teamer.
Adam Hoge tackles your questions in his weekly Tweetbag.
The Bears promised that Matt Forte would be featured in Marc Trestman’s offense.
Here are Jeff Joniak’s Keys to the Game for the Bears’ Week 1 matchup with the Bengals.
It wasn’t hard for the Bears to fill out their first NFL-mandated injury report of the season Wednesday.
The reality of the fourth and final preseason game is that most of the decisions have already been made.
Every year there is that one player who shines late in the first preseason game and gets the fan base all excited.