The NFL Combine can be fool’s gold when GMs evaluate players as athletes instead of football players.
Tim Baffoe can only look inward after failing to outscore Blaine Gabbert on the Wonderlic test.
Clearly, Johnny Manziel doesn’t lack self-confidence.
Michael Sam’s father says, “I’m a man-and-woman type of guy.”
Bears GM Phil Emery expressed respect for Michael Sam and said he’ll be evaluated as a football player.
Come May, an NFL team will have to draft or pick up the first openly gay player.
As expected the NFL has pushed the draft back to May 8-10 at Radio City Music Hall in New York.
By Dan Durkin (CBS) Rookie minicamp kicks off Friday at Halas Hall, providing the coaching staff their first glimpse of the newest crop of Bears on the practice field. Off the field, Bears chief contract negotiator […]
In 2012, the NFC North was the only division in football with three double-digit win teams. On the surface, every team sensibly addressed need positions. However, there are always surprises, both good and bad, and expectations unmet, but in some instances exceeded.
The Chicago Bears have signed fifth round pick Jordan Mills and sixth rounder Cornelius Washington.
Phil Emery did it again.
KYLE LONG? What the…? KYLE LONG? But there were so many better guys availa… KYLE LONG?
Manti Te’o wants everyone to know he’s over the embarrassment of an online hoax, and he’s ready to focus on football.
The Chicago Bears wrapped up NFL draft activities Saturday by taking Nevada cornerback Isaiah Frey in the sixth round and TCU cornerback Greg McCoy in the seventh round.
We still know little about Phil Emery, but the guy knows how to buy himself the benefit of the doubt, and quickly.
This is what The Score’s NFL expert Hub Arkush looked like in 1981.
Bears fans should be optimistic. Chicago was a playoff team before Jay Cutler broke his thumb, and now he will be reunited with former Broncos teammate Brandon Marshall, who gives the Windy City an elite receiver for the first time in, well, a long time.
Phil Emery is getting a lot of credit today, for things he may or may not be accomplishing.
If the Bears are looking to bring in a big target for Jay Cutler to throw to, this is the year to do it.
Drafted in the fifth round of the 2006 NFL Draft, defensive end Mark Anderson had arguably the best year by a Bears defense lineman.