By Mike Mulligan- Marc Trestman’s arrival is supposed to signal a new era of responsibility and accountability for Jay Cutler. If we understand the plan correctly, the relationship between coach and quarterback will determine Cutler’s […]
Free Agent linebacker Brian Urlacher is in talks to join NFC North rival Minnesota Vikings, according to a report in the Chicago Tribune.
The Bears may appear to be going nowhere, but that doesn’t mean Lovie Smith is headed anywhere.
In the wake of a report from The Score’s Mike Mulligan that Brain Urlacher traveled to Europe to have an injection-based procedure on his left knee, the Bears middle linebacker wasn’t admitting anything to local reporters.
Brian Urlacher spent the offseason seeking an injection-based cure for his left knee injury in Europe, sources tell The Score’s Mike Mulligan.
Jeremy Bates is new to the Bears, but he’s totally at home in training camp. The team’s new quarterbacks coach can measure his life in yard markers, tackling dummies and two-a-day practices.
Somewhere on his to-do list, between picking up the dry cleaning and packing extra wool socks, new Bears general manager Phil Emery can cross off one item right now. Forget about cleaning house. Maybe next spring for that one.
University of Pittsburgh offensive coordinator Bob Bostad is expected to be named Bears offensive line coach Thursday morning.
If you closed your eyes and listened to Ted Phillips and George McCaskey talk about Jerry Angelo on Tuesday afternoon you might think you were at a retirement party listening to toasts for a beloved company man.
The Bears margin for error this season was always microscopic. Now it’s that way in game plans, too.
Is Caleb Hanie devoid of doubt? Can he step in for Jay Cutler and help win a minimum three of the final six games, probably all the Bears need for a playoff appearance?
Super Bowl runs are like great comedy. It all comes down to timing.
Now that Lovie Smith has exacted sweet revenge on bookmakers and prognosticators bold enough to make his team an eight-point underdog in Philadelphia, it’s time for the Bears to wreak vengeance on the upstart Lions, a team foolish enough to beat the Bears by 11 points a mere month ago.
Bears coach Lovie Smith was talking about defensive linemen Tuesday when he said something offensive coordinator Mike Martz ought to write down 50 times on a chalkboard, or better yet, cast in stone.
Since an excerpt of Jeff Pearlman’s new book, “Sweetness: The Enigmatic Life of Walter Payton,” was published in Sports Illustrated Wednesday, the author has come under fire for writing details many believe are no one’s business.
Mike Mulligan answers your Bears questions after yesterday’s loss to the Packers.
670 The Score’s Mike Mulligan caught up with former Bears captain Olin Kreutz for an exclusive interview after the Saints 30-13 win Sunday.
Mike Mulligan answers your questions about the Bears Week 1 win over the Atlanta Falcons!
Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz could conceivably walk if he doesn’t get a raise, according to a published report.
The jury might still be out on the Bears in 2010, but former Dallas Cowboys QB and current FOX NFL Commentator, Troy Aikman feels like there is reason to be optimistic. Aikman joined The Score’s […]