The Bears are expected to re-sign running back Kahlil Bell as Michael Bush could go on injured reserved
Back up running back Kahlil Bell’s time with the Bears has come to an end.
The Bears on Saturday signed running back Khalil Bell to a one-year contract, and waived safety Jeremy Jones.
The Bears announced Thursday afternoon they have waived running back Kahlil Bell.
The Bears announced Wednesday the signing of the Kahlil Bell to a one-year deal.
The move means the Bears will have the opportunity to match all offers made to Bell in an effort to keep him.
The Bears may have at last accepted defeat with the playoff dream over and one game remaining in a ruined season, but Lovie Smith’s pronouncement that the team won’t be holding a tryout for next year in the finale at Minnesota boggles the mind.
To break their current three-game skid, one Bears expert said the Bears need to do one simple thing.
As expected, Bears offensive tackle is out for Monday night’s contest against the Eagles.
Bears running back Marion Barber is expected to make his debut Sunday against the Panthers, while Earl Bennett (chest) and Gabe Carimi (knee) were officially ruled out.
Marion Barber, Chris Harris and Lance Louis were all listed as “doubtful” for Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints Friday.
Bears backup running back Marion Barber will not play Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons in the season opener.
Bears running back Chester Taylor has reportedly been released.
The writing seems to be on the wall for Chester Taylor’s future with the Bears.
Bears reserve running back Kahlil Bell may have sparked Saturday night with 73 yards on 13 rushes and 48 yards on two catches, but his true value still lies on special teams.
The Bears surpised the NFL Saturday when they chose to kick from the 30-yard line on two kickoffs in the first half.
Preseason games are about opportunity. When given the chance, can you catch the coaches’ eyes? Saturday night a few Bears players made a good impression and increased the level of competition.
Just because there can be no official team workouts during the lockout doesn’t mean that the players haven’t been getting together to prepare for the upcoming season. And when Bears players have, they’ve seen a fully recovered Jay Cutler.
Lance Briggs’ ankle injury will keep him out of today’s game vs. Seattle. Brian Iwuh will start in his place at WLB. For Iwuh, this will be his 4th career start and 1st for the […]