The Bears have re-signed linebacker D.J. Williams to a one-year deal, according to a report.
Patrick Mannelly may have played his last game with the Bears, but the longest-tenured member of the team will receive one of the team's most prestigious honors.
If Lance Briggs was the general manager of the Bears, this offseason would be a breeze.
How would the Pro Bowl linebacker fix a defense that ranked among the NFL's worst last season?
The times, they are a-changin.
Bob Dylan's famous line perfectly sums up the Bears' roster situation over the last year.
We already know Devin Hester wasn't happy with the Bears' decision to move on without him