Forget X’s and O’s. Are Trestman and Emery robots? And what happens without Mannelly?
The idea of Kyle Orton being a backup in Chicago appears far-fetched.
The Bears held their opening training camp press conference Wednesday in Bourbonnais.
D.J. Williams is also the “lead dog” at middle linebacker right now, Marc Trestman said.
Also, Brock Vereen has made an early impression after running with the first unit.
Plus, the meaning of Jimmy Clausen signing and Kyle Long’s offseason participation.
Adam Hoge answers your questions in his last offseason notebook.
The Bears flashed some new looks on defense at Tuesday’s practice.
Emery addressed Brandon Marshall, Mel Tucker and why CBs are so valuable, among other things.
A position-by-position look at what’s for certain, who has the inside track and where the competition lies.
Phil Emery and the Bears have confidence in Jordan Palmer to be their backup QB.
One more backup quarterback candidate is off the open market.
Members of the Bears’ new D-line had 122 disruptions last year, topping the 71 Chicago’s old core recorded.
The Bears continue to lock up their own guys before free agency opens up Tuesday.
As expected. Jay Cutler will start at quarterback against the Lions, while Shea McClellin sits out with a hamstring injury.
The Bears officially announced the signing of backup quarterback Jordan Palmer on Monday morning.
Both head coach Marc Trestman and general manager Phil Emery confirmed Monday that Jordan Palmer will join the Bears as the team’s backup quarterback and that the team is content with just two quarterbacks for now.
The Bears don’t know yet how long quarterback Jay Cutler will be out after suffering a groin injury in Sunday’s loss to the Redskins, but head coach Marc Trestman said the quarterback is headed for an MRI on Monday morning.
Who helped their cause Thursday night and who hurt it?
There’s no way to get around it: Tonight’s game is the most meaningless of the preseason.