The Bears Get Ready For Loud Fans In London"When we kick a field goal, it's the loudest I've ever heard the stadium. And they're rowdy and they're loud, just like they are during soccer games. We're looking forward to it."
Bears-Raiders Preview: Sportsline Analyst Larry Hartstein Says Trends Point To Bears VictorySportsline senior analyst Larry Hartstein breaks down why the Bears will come out on top when they face the Raiders in London on Sunday.
Nagy: Trubisky Not Likely To Play SundayAt a news conference after practice, head coach confirmed that Trubisky would most likely miss this weekend's game and is on a "day-to-day basis."
Chiefs-Raiders Preview: Oakland Looks To Slow Mahomes And Kansas CityThe Oakland Raiders answered questions and moved past distractions in Week 1, but Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs present a bigger challenge.
Chicago Bears Announce 2019 Schedule; Single Game Tickets Go On Sale Wednesday NightThe Chicago Bears 2019 schedule has been released, and the team will open its 100th NFL season Thursday night, Sept. 5 against the Green Bay Packers. 
Chicago Bears Play Week 5 NFL Game In London Against Oakland RaidersThe Chicago Bears will travel to London to play the Oakland Raiders in Week 5 of their NFL regular season, the league announced on Wednesday. 
Bears To Play Raiders In London In 2019; Khalil Mack To Square Off Against Old TeamThe Chicago Bears will be London-bound next season, when they face off against the Oakland Raiders.
Ray Lewis: 'Raiders' Start Concerns Me The Most, Cowboys Not Far Behind'The Raiders and Cowboys have combined to start the season 1-5. Lewis explains why those teams should be worried moving forward.
Introducing The Newest Addition To The Chicago Bears: Khalil MackHe is one of the most versatile defenders in the NFL and joins a Bears team lacking in star power.
Khalil Mack Headed To The Chicago Bears As Part Of Blockbuster TradeIn Chicago, Mack will now join a loaded Bears defense that includes Roquan Smith, Akiem Hicks,  Leonard Floyd and Danny Trevathan. 
Vikings Offensive Line Coach Tony Sparano Dies At 56Sparano began his NFL coaching career in 1999 and had stints as a head coach with the Miami Dolphins and Oakland Raiders.