Chicago Bears

Abrupt 2015 Trade From Saints Sparked A Career Low For Akiem Hicks

Bears defensive lineman Akiem Hicks has become a dominant force for Chicago. He landed there as a free agent, after his rookie contract expired while with the Patriots. He landed in New England in a less conventional way. Yes, a trade sent Hicks...
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Training Camp Reporting Dates For All 32 Teams

Full scale preparation for the beginning of the 2019 NFL season is now less than a month away. Training camps will start to get underway in mid-July in the lead up to the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers season opener on September 5 to kick off...

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Jeff Fisher: It’s Matt Nagy’s Choice To Keep Showing End Of Playoff Game To Players

Bears coach Matt Nagy continues to show players the end of the team’s playoff loss to the Eagles. Long-time NFL coach Jeff Fisher defers to Nagy’s choice, although Fisher also seems to question whether it’s the right way to handle...
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Tarik Cohen Expects To Play The Same Role For Bears This Year

Head coach Matt Nagy has been showing the Bears the end of their playoff loss to the Eagles often this offseason in hopes of sparking a better result the next time the team is in that position, but it doesn’t look like the path to that result...
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Bears Sign Sixth-rounder Duke Shelley

Bears cornerback Duke Shelley was the final 2019 sixth-round pick without a contract, but his deal is now done. The Bears announced that Shelley signed his four-year pact with the team on Thursday. The signing leaves the Bears with their entire...

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Champ Kelly Announces He’s Staying With Bears

Before and after Bears assistant director of player personnel Champ Kelly interviewed for the Jets’ General Manager vacancy, there was chatter about the possibility that he could take a job with the team even if he didn’t get the job....

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Leonard Floyd Feels “very Different” After Healthy Offseason

Bears linebacker Leonard Floyd played every game last season for the first time in his NFL career and he’s followed that up with his first full offseason as a professional. That’s given Floyd a chance to work on improving his game...

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John Fox Thinks Bears Had The Worst Nfl Offseason

John Fox’s ass may be out of town, but he can still talk about the most recent NFL team that employed him. Via the Chicago Sun-Times, Fox pegged the Bears as having the worst offseason in the NFL. “I think when you’re going to play...

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Bears' Eddie Jackson On 2019 Season: 'we Plan On Taking This Whole Thing'

Last season's Chicago Bears were a missed Cody Parkey field goal away from winning their first playoff game since the 2010 campaign, but safety Eddie Jackson has bigger plans in 2019...

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Ha Ha Clinton-dix Is Glad To Be Part Of “something Special” In Chicago

Safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix is back in the NFC North, after the trade that sent him from the Packers to Washington. Now a free-agent arrival with the Bears, Clinton-Dix embraces the opportunity with the defending division champs. “I’m glad to...

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Virginia Mccaskey Not A Fan Of Throwbacks

On Friday, the Bears unveiled the 1936-inspired classic jerseys they will wear twice during the 2019 season. Bears owner Virginia McCaskey was 13 in 1936. “I was in my first or second year of high school at that point,” McCaskey said, via Dan...

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Bears Expect Anthony Miller Back For Training Camp

After missing offseason work with a shoulder injury, Bears wide receiver Anthony Miller should be back to 100 percent in time for training camp. Bears coach Matt Nagy said today that he’s expecting Miller back for camp, according to Brad Biggs...

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Bears Kickers End Minicamp On A High Note

There’s been a lot of bad news about Bears kickers over the first half of 2019, but minicamp ended with a more positive moment for the two players still on the roster at the position. Bears head coach Matt Nagy called on Elliott Fry and Eddy...

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Bears Sign Jordan Mccray

The Bears announced they signed offensive lineman Jordan McCray on Thursday. He takes kicker Chris Blewitt’s roster spot. McCray tried out at the Bears’ rookie minicamp last month and again at the veterans’ minicamp this week. McCray,...

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Bears Like What They’ve Seen Of David Montgomery As A Receiver

The Bears didn’t use running back Jordan Howard as a receiver much before trading him to the Eagles this offseason, but it appears they have plans on using the back they drafted a short time later in that role. David Montgomery caught 22...
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Bears Waive One Of Their Many Kickers

The old saying goes: “If you have three kickers you don’t have any.” Or something like that. So they Bears solved it by getting down to two, and they still may not have any. The team announced they had waived kicker Chris Blewitt,...

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Bears Kicking Competition Still A Mess

It’s only the middle of June, and the Bears’ kicking situation sailed (wide) past ridiculous weeks ago. And the longer this goes, it seems the worse it’s going to get. According to Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune, all three of...

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Inspired Bears Ready For Training Camp, Except The Kickers

Bears kicking problems continue even after rest of the team draws inspiration from meeting former great players.       

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Cal Doesn’t Need *that* Much Offense To Have A Special 2019

Justin Wilcox got the Golden Bears back to a bowl in his second year, but they could have been so much more. Bill C’s annual preview series of every FBS team in college football continues. Catch up here! Just a little bit more offense. That’s...

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Some Former Bears Weren’t John Fox Fans

Former NFL coach John Fox took the Panthers and Broncos to the Super Bowl. He didn’t have quite the same impact on the Bears, and a couple of notable Bears from past years are glad Fox is gone. “Thank God John Fox’s ass is out of...
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