Brian de la Puente isn’t playing on a minimum salary benefit deal, so a long-term contract is always in play.
Roberto Garza is set to come back to the Bears for one more season.
With Roberto Garza’s contract expiring, Boggs is currently the lone center on the roster for 2014.
From Julius Peppers’ future to retaining Mel Tucker to free agency, here’s the latest Bears news.
The defensive scheme, Shea McClellin and contract negotiations will be topics of note Thursday.
A step-by-step, player-by-player look at the offseason script for the Bears to follow.
Anybody involved in the Bears’ efforts to run the ball can wear this one.
There’s no getting around the fact that the Bears’ defensive line has underwhelmed this season.
After getting a chance to review the film, Bears head coach Marc Trestman met the media Friday afternoon to discuss Thursday night’s 27-21 win over the New York Giants.
With four new bodies up front, the Bears offensive line is creating a lot of optimism about the future of the system. They are playing physical, a requirement in order to play well as a group.
As expected, wide receiver Earl Bennett will play Sunday in the season opener against the Bengals, but now the question might be: how much will he play for the Bears this season?
The Chicago Bears are one of the teams that many NFL observers are feeling good about with the season about five weeks away from starting.
Garza earned his first-ever Pro Bowl selection when he was chosen to be an alternate for the NFC’s squad.
There’s no use looking back now. The 2011 season is over and it’ time to start preparing for the future.
Bears center Roberto Garza has won a two-year contract extension, and will remain with the team through 2013, the team confirmed Tuesday.
t will be a showdown in Motown on Monday night, when the Chicago Bears take on the undefeated Detroit Lions in the “2nd place in the NFC North” bowl.
After Lovie Smith and Mike Martz said all week that the Bears would be more balanced against the Packers, Cutler threw the ball 37 times and running back Matt Forte had just nine carries.
It certainly doesn’t take a football expert to realize the Bears’ offensive line played poorly in New Orleans Sunday, but at least one of those experts still thinks the unit can be good.
Offensive football can feel like it’s so complicated. Especially when you’re dealing with the intricacies of Mike Martz’s offense, but it really comes down to one thing: can you protect your quarterback?
Laurence Holmes takes your Bears questions every week in his mailbag.