The Bernstein Brief: Hear What Michael Bennett SaysProtesting the national anthem is only the attention grabber. What matters is what comes next.
The Bernstein Brief: Bears' Kyle Long Should Take Time To Heal FullyAny prognosis from coach John Fox should be met with more than reasonable skepticism.
The Bernstein Brief: Bulls Catch A Potential BreakMarvin Bagley III reclassified to play at Duke this season, adding another major name to top of the 2018 NBA Draft.
The Bernstein Brief: QB Battle Out Of Bears' ControlThe power the Bears had to control the story slipped away from them Thursday night as Mitchell Trubisky shined.
The Bernstein Brief: Bears' Goal? Don't Get HurtWhen we last left them as they were actually hitting people and tackling to the ground, Bears were dropping like flies.
The Bernstein Brief: Cubs' Javier Baez Picking Up His OffenseBaez has career-best marks with a .493 slugging percentage and .804 OPS.
The Bernstein Brief: Danny Crawford Exits NBA On TopCrawford is one of the best to ever do the difficult and thankless job of officiating.
The Bernstein Brief: Broken Trust In Bears' WR Room Is A Bad SignEven if Kevin White did need a confidence boost, why would receivers coach Zach Azzanni take that public?
The Bernstein Brief: Brewers Stand Pat, Clear Way For CubsSome executive decisions restored an order that allowed both teams to remain confident in understanding again what they are.
The Bernstein Brief: Joe Maddon Sends Needed Message To His CubsOn Thursday, Maddon cautioned his team against becoming overconfident with a long divisional race still ahead.
The Bernstein Brief: Bears Open Training Camp With Little FanfareJohn Fox and Ryan Pace kept saying they were excited Wednesday without really sounding like they meant it.
The Bernstein Brief: Is Proposed Illinois Violence Policy Mostly Cosmetic?Illinois appears poised to enact policy that bans athletes with a history of violence, but there's a gray area in the details.
The Bernstein Brief: Hard Pass On Derrick Rose Return To BullsRose's departure felt like a weight being lifted after years of his various injury cycles and bizarre and confusing statements.
The Bernstein Brief: Hurry Up And Wait, White Sox FansThe promotion of White Sox infielder Yoan Moncada is the beginning of the first phase, not some signal that it's time to compete for anything.
The Bernstein Brief: Cubs' Optimism Bubbling Over"We're back," Cubs catcher Willson Contreras said after sweeping the Orioles.