Bears' Twitter Account Hacked; Announces New Owners And Trade Of Khalil MackThe team's official Twitter account was hacked Sunday morning by a group calling itself OurMine.
Bears Raise Ticket Prices For Next Season"We understand you have options when it comes to spending your discretionary income and we hope you have seen value in your commitment to us."
Bears Leaving Bourbonnais Training Camp Behind After 18 YearsThe Chicago Bears announced on Tuesday that the team will hold its entire training camp at Halas Hall in Lake Forest beginning with the 2020 season.
Kyle Long Tweets That He's Stepping Away After 7 Seasons With BearsIt looks like Kyle Long’s career with the Bears is over after seven seasons.
Bears Linebacker Roquan Smith Not Hurt After Crashing Car Near Halas HallSmith was driving to Halas Hall when his car slid off the roadway due to icy conditions, and crashed into a pole.
Bears Say Mitchell Trubisky Will Be Starting QB In 2020; But Offensive Coordinator Mark Helfrich, 3 Other Coaches FiredThe Bears were banking on Trubisky to take another big step in his third year in the NFL and second in coach Matt Nagy's system. But instead of emerging as a top-tier quarterback, the No. 2 overall pick in the 2017 draft took a step back.
Bears Reflect On Disappointing Year As They Leave Halas Hall For Offseason"We didn't get in the end zone. A lot of three and outs. Inconsistent opening drives. Not scoring in the first quarter. There's a lot of things we didn't accomplish as an offense this year that we need to get better at."
Montgomery's TD, Piñeiro's 4 FGs Help Bears Salvage .500 Season With 21-19 Win Over Vikings Backups
Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings: Three Things To WatchThe Bears wrap up their disappointing season on Sunday in Minnesota against the Vikings. But with not much let to play for, CBS 2’s Matt Zahn has a few reasons to tune in.
Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings: What You Need To KnowThe Chicago Bears take on the Minnesota Vikings Sunday in Minneapolis. Kickoff is noon.
Trubisky And Bears Get Pounded By Mahomes And ChiefsBears fans probably knew going into the game Sunday night that it wasn’t going to be a fun experience. And if you were a Bears fan, guess what – it wasn’t.
Chicago Bears vs. Kansas City Chiefs: Three Things To Watcht’s Patrick Mahomes vs. Mitchell Trubisky, Matt Nagy vs. his mentor Andy Reid, and a Super Bowl contender vs. a super disappointing team.
Chicago Bears vs. Kansas City Chiefs: What You Need To KnowThe Chicago Bears play host to a relatively rare vistor on Sunday night at Soldier Field: The Kansas City Chiefs. Kickoff is 7:20 p.m.
Bears Prepare For Chiefs And Quarterback Patrick MahomesThe Bears may be saying Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs isn’t all about Mitchell Trubisky vs. Patrick Mahomes.
Trubisky And Nagy Both Have A Lot To Play For Against ChiefsThe Bears don’t have the postseason to play for, but you better believe Matt Nagy will be fired up to match wits with his mentor and Chiefs head coach Andy Reid.