Durkin's Playbook: Bears' Kickoff Coverage StrugglesThe Bears' kickoff coverage team has been an issue all season, giving up points and field position.
Bears Waive S Brock VereenThe Bears had traded up to take Vereen in the fourth round of the 2014 draft.
Bears Depth Chart: Adrian Amos Listed As 1st-Team Safety, While Brock Vereen Is DemotedVereen was the Chicago's fourth-round pick in 2014.
Bears-Dolphins Primer: Shea McClellin, Others With Much To ProveShea McClellin must show what he can do. Plus, three more storylines to follow.
Bears Notebook: Jay Cutler Showing Efficiency In New OffenseCutler has yet to throw an interception in team drills at training camp.
Durkin’s 2015 Bears Position Preview: SafetyAntrel Rolle will have big responsibility thrust upon him in his first year with the Bears.
Durkin: Combine Prospect Watch -- SafetyThe Bears have a big need at safety, but this year's draft crop is thin on top-level talent.
Durkin's Bears Positional Breakdown - SafetyThe Bears haven't prioritized the safety position in recent years.
Saints Stomp Bears At Soldier FieldThe Bears fell to 5-9 with an anemic performance in a 31-15 loss.
Joniak's Journal: Sunday Will Be A Family Affair For The VereensBears safety Brock Vereen will face older brother Shane, a Patriots running back, this Sunday.
Bears Notes: Briggs, Conte Ruled Out Of Sunday's GameDanny McCray or Brock Vereen will have to step up at safety.
Durkin: 'Next Play' Mentality Benefits Bears' Young SecondaryThe Bears will rely on Kyle Fuller to be a playmaker, Lance Briggs says.
Joniak's Journal: Fuller, Youngsters Are Making PlaysJeff Joniak counted 18 first- and second-year players making contributions for Chicago.
Bears Notes: Injuries Piling Up In SecondaryAt one point, Chicago turned to rookie Brock Vereen and newly signed Ahmad Dixon at safety.
Durkin: Bears Must Shuffle Deck In The SecondaryChicago no longer has the luxury of depth in the secondary.