Khalil Mack, Julius Peppers Picked For NFL 2010s All-Decade TeamKhalil Mack and Julius Peppers, two fierce Bears defenders, are honored as two of the decade's best, partly due to their time in Chicago.
Teammates Reflect On Urlacher's Greatness On The Field"You don't get into this if you're not special."
Keidel: Are NFL Players Guilty Until Proven Innocent?The NFL threatened to suspend four players for not cooperating in PED investigation based on a retracted story.
NFL To Interview Clay Matthews, Julius Peppers, James Harrison In PEDs ProbeThe players will be questioned when training camp opens in late July.
Is Aaron Rodgers' Mind On The Game Or Matrimony?The Green Bay Packers really need to be focused as the biggest game of the year is coming up, and it already seems as if the pass rushers are on it.
Julius Peppers Keep Emotions In Check, Focus In Return To Chicago"It's been fun so far," Peppers said of playing for Green Bay.
Bears-Packers: 5 Matchups To WatchGreen Bay loves to use two-man lines to get Mike Daniels good matchups.
Peppers: I'd Still Be In Chicago If I'd Sacked Rodgers On 4th Down"He actually cost me my job," Julius Peppers says of Aaron Rodgers.
Bears Notes: McClellin Ruled Out Against PackersShea McClellin (hand) won't practice this week, and his status is "week to week."
Baffoe: What Are The Bears?They're like a child bouncing on a trampoline -- fun with a dose of worry.
Hoge’s Bears Offseason Notebook No. 13: Figuring Out The DefenseAdam Hoge answers your questions in his last offseason notebook.
Hoge’s Offseason Notebook No. 12: Ranking The Bears' MovesAdam Hoge checks in with another in-depth look at the Bears' offseason.
Hoge: Jared Allen The Key To Bears Being Versatile On DefenseWith Jared Allen on the right side, Lamarr Houston can be used in any number of ways.
Hoge’s Bears Offseason Notebook No. 8: Impressive Upgrade Of Pass RushersMembers of the Bears' new D-line had 122 disruptions last year, topping the 71 Chicago's old core recorded.
Bernstein: Better Problems For Bears' DefenseThe Bears' defensive problems are more about fitting puzzle pieces together than personnel now.