McClellin has been inconsistent in his three seasons in Chicago.
Chicago needs to find a linebacker who’s a dangerous edge rusher.
Robbie Gould has been ruled out and will miss his third consecutive game.
Amid a whirlwind week of tearful apologies and anonymous sources — plus one not-so-anonymous source — the Bears attempted to game plan for the New Orleans Saints.
With D.J. Williams on IR, Jon Bostic slides to the middle. But should he?
The Bears are sick, and there’s no immediate or singular cure.
The Jermon Bushrod-Everson Griffen matchup will be key.
These failures are systemic for Chicago.
Phil Emery and Marc Trestman addressed the Bears’ disappointing start to the season.
Lamarr Houston is set to have an MRI on his knee, while Matt Slauson left with his right arm in a sling.
Chicago’s issues span personnel, coaching and the players.
“No one inside or outside of our organization is happy with our current record,” Emery says.
With a heavy workload, Matt Forte understands why he takes a mid-week day off.
The Bears’ starting offensive line practiced together for the first time since Week 1.
Also, the Bears are resting Matt Forte on Wednesdays because of his heavy workload.
Khaseem Greene, Darryl Sharpton and Christian Jones impressed Sunday.
Bostic and Williams join Briggs and McClellin on the inactive list.
The Bears’ linebacking corps has been hit hard by injury.
Jeremiah Ratliff is recovering from a concussion.
Briggs, Williams, Bostic and McClellin all sat out Wednesday’s practice.