It might be week 10 but the Bears offense is finally starting to come together. They’ve shown a much more balanced attack, and Jay Cutler has been ad-libbing a bit more, bringing a new element to Mike Martz’s scheme. CBS 2’s Megan Mawicke reports.
Thousands of swimmers across the country dove in head first for a great cause on Tuesday, in honor or one of their fellow athletes whom they lost four years ago.
Many Bears have never been north of the border, but for Israel Idonije, he never thought this would happen to him: playing professional football in his home country. CBS 2’s Megan Mawicke reports.
Players aren’t taking anything for granted with this weekend’s game against the Bills.
Despite two straight home losses, there are no bye week blues at Halas Hall.
Updated: 10/20/10 4:43 p.m. (WSCR/CBS) – Bears tight end Dez Clark wrote in his blog today: “I’m all for protecting us, the players, but c’mon man, this is football. We are getting to a point […]
When Bears quarterback Jay Cutler returns to the field on Sunday against the Seahawks, he’ll have a much different-looking offensive line trying to protect him.
A week and a half after getting sacked nine times and suffering a concussion, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is officially back.
Chicago Marathon runner E.J. Scott has Choroideremia and is legally blind.