The Bears continue to lock up their own guys before free agency opens up Tuesday.
A step-by-step, player-by-player look at the offseason script for the Bears to follow.
The mood at Halas Hall on Monday was not as gloomy as one might think.
It’s been a rough year for the highest-paid player on the Bears.
In what was simply a formality, the Bears placed defensive tackle Nate Collins on the Injured Reserved list on Wednesday.
The hits keep coming for the Bears defensive line.
The Bears’ offensive numbers Sunday are little confusing.
That sour taste is back. The Bears just refluxed.
Who is going to fill the void at the all-important three-technique in the Bears’ Tampa-2 scheme?
It’s gut check time for J’Marcus Webb, who has struggled throughout the preseason at right tackle after losing his job at left tackle after last season.
The Bears suffered two significant injuries in their preseason opener.
The Bears on Thursday re-signed the first of their own players, bringing back defensive tackle Nate Collins on a one-year deal.
Collins, 25, is a restricted free agent and the Bears have until March 12 to secure him on the roster.
Following the team’s 41-21 win over the Colts on Sunday, the Bears have signed tackle Jonathan Scott and waived punter Ryan Quigley.
Bears defensive tackle has been suspended without pay for the team’s first game of the 2012 regular season and fined an additional game check for violating the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse, a league spokesperson said in a statement.
The Bears announced Wednesday they have signed DT Nate Collins to one-year deal.