Such candidness and volume of response is not supposed to happen from an NFL coach.
As hard as it may be to swallow, the jury is still out on Jay Cutler.
At least the Bears defense can say that it made its own luck.
Though both players have made public comments expressing their desire to return from injuries earlier than their initial timetables, don’t expect to see either Jay Cutler or Lance Briggs any time soon.
No matter what scheme the Bears are playing, there’s one thing they can’t overcome.
General manager Phil Emery isn’t giving up on his team just yet.
Both head coach Marc Trestman and general manager Phil Emery confirmed Monday that Jordan Palmer will join the Bears as the team’s backup quarterback and that the team is content with just two quarterbacks for now.
Time-travel stories never really work, upon inspection.
General manager Phil Emery did everything he could this offseason to eliminate as many Jay Cutler excuses as possible.
They beat a pair of 2012 playoff teams with high hopes and third year quarterbacks who are trying to show they are long term solutions at the position.
While the NFL is not quite Arena Football, it has been moving in that direction for years.
So that was fun. I think.
It’s the final few moments of his illustrious career that are bothering No. 54.
Adam Hoge answers Bears fans’ questions in his weekly Tweetbag.
Break it down all you want, 2013′s success depends on the quarterback.
It wasn’t hard for the Bears to fill out their first NFL-mandated injury report of the season Wednesday.
The Bears have never been shy to talk about rookie offensive guard Kyle Long’s potential.
Quarterback Tim Tebow is a free-agent, looking for an NFL team to call home.
Phil Emery is sticking to the plan he believes will bring championships to Chicago.
With the Bears’ 18-16 loss to the Browns on Thursday night, the preseason is officially in the books.