Notre Dame's Michael Floyd is a popular target for the Bears' first round pick at No. 19 overall, but is he really the best choice?
CSNChicago.com's John 'Moon' Mullin says that Saturday's debate among Hall of Fame electors, including Eddie DeBartolo and Bill Parcells, could be the most heated in a long time.
As NFL fans brace themselves for the Super Bowl Sunday, Saturday night could be a special night for one current Bear and former coach when the annual Walter Payton Man of the Year is announced.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said he would discuss the idea of a Super Bowl in Chicago if the city was interested. Plus, the NFL will be expanding its Thursday schedule to 13 games in 2012.
After taking a horrifying hit Dec. 18 and fracturing a vertebra, Bears receiver Johnny Knox took to Twitter to let fans know how he's doing after undergoing surgery and how he felt after the hit.
Charles Tillman, who is a finalist for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award, enjoyed his first Pro Bowl in Hawaii with his family but admitted that the intensity was absent.
On Thursday, Matt Forte said he would be fine with the Bears giving him the franchise tag as long as it led to a long-term deal. The team has until Feb. 20 to decide whether or not to issue the franchise tag.
How difficult will it be for Lovie Smith and Phil Emery to work together in building a Bears team? Mike Lombardi thinks it might be difficult for them to see eye to eye. John Mullin weighs in.
On Tuesday's edition of Chicago Tribune Live, Bears president Ted Phillips explained the extent of new GM Phil Emery's power, the future of Matt Forte and upcoming free agency.
Patriots guard Logan Mankins is familiar with Matt Forte's situation at the moment but wouldn't recommend sitting out if the Bears running back is hit with the franchise tag.