Chicago Fire legend C.J. Brown returned to the team as an assistant coach in December 2013, but he announced his resignation and released a statement Monday.
The Fire re-signed midfielder Patrick Kyarko, the team announced Tuesday, keeping him in Chicago where he's played the previous seven seasons since his first-round drafting in 2008.
9mBob Bradley, the first Fire head coach, and Brian McBride, a U.S. soccer legend who spent two and a half seasons with the Fire, will be inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame this year.
9mThe Fire parted ways with 2012 MLS Rookie of the Year Austin Berry and Uruguayan forward Federico Puppo Monday in an effort to get under the league's salary cap.
9mAs part of the 2014 Guinness International Champions Cup, Liverpool FC will face Olympiacos at Soldier Field on July 27. That'll come one day after the Chicago Fire host Tottenham Hotspur.
10m2013 MLS MVP Mike Magee was named the Fire of the Year at Monday's CSN Sports Awards. Magee scored 21 goals in 32 games for Chicago last year, which almost made the playoffs after a late-season surge.
10mThe Fire have acquired midfielder Benji Joya on a one-year loan from Club Santos Laguna of Liga MX as a result of a weighted lottery.
10mThe Chicago Fire have added Clint Mathis to the team as an assistant coach. Mathis becomes the only former offensive player to join head coach Frank Yallop's technical staff.
10mThe Fire re-signed veteran midfielder Logan Pause on Friday. Terms and his contract we're not disclosed.