Ballsy. That’s how the quarterback described his new head coach and play-caller after the Bears’ 24-21 season-opening win over the Bengals Sunday.
Despite a new regime and refreshed philosophy, the Bears season opener had several elements of years past. Here’s my rapid reaction to a gutsy performance by the Bears to get to 1-0 and win the first game of the Marc Trestman-era.
Marc Trestman had waited his entire professional life for the chance to make that kind of call.
With six new offensive linemen, including four starters the Bears have the potential to be significantly improved up front.
As expected, most of the Bears’ key players will not play at all Thursday night against the Browns in the preseason finale.
Seeing the names of rookie Bears this time of year is usually not a good thing.
lot has changed at the newly renovated Halas Hall, but for a moment Tuesday, the practice field had a look from 20 years ago.
When the Bears’ offense takes the field Friday night in Oakland, two rookies will be starting on the right side of the offensive line for the second straight week.
There’s no doubt rookie Kyle Long belongs on the field for the Chicago Bears.
The second preseason game is upon on us, which means the starters are starting to matter a little more.
Considering only one preseason game and zero regular season games have been played, it’s premature to get too excited about any team’s draft class from this year.
If you’re buying Kyle Long at right guard, you need to think twice.
Here are some of my observations and impressions from the second-to-last practice in Bourbonnais.
Marc Trestman saw a “vicious” battle in Monday’s practice.
When Marc Trestman said Friday in Charlotte that J’Marcus Webb was “in a competition”, it wasn’t all that surprising based on his play.
As you watch tonight’s preseason game between the Bears and Panthers, please keep in mind one important thing.
Since the pads went on Sunday at Olivet Nazarene University, the test for the Bears’ rookie class has been taken to a whole new level.
Mills won’t be a starter in 2013, but he adds quality, young depth to a group that desperately needs it. Looking down the road, Mills projects as a right tackle or guard prospect.
By Dan Durkin (CBS) Rookie minicamp kicks off Friday at Halas Hall, providing the coaching staff their first glimpse of the newest crop of Bears on the practice field. Off the field, Bears chief contract negotiator […]
The Chicago Bears have signed fifth round pick Jordan Mills and sixth rounder Cornelius Washington.