Charles Leno Jr.


The health of the Bears will only really matter on Sept. 13 when the Green Bay Packers materialize in Soldier Field.


When the Bears took the field Saturday night in their 23-11 win over the Indianapolis Colts, six of their 22 starters had fewer than two full seasons of NFL experience.


INDIANAPOLIS – After a three-and-out and field-goal drive on two possessions in last week’s win over the Miami Dolphins, the No.


This short-handed Bears offense found a way to move the ball, if not finish, in trailing 11-9 in Indianapolis at halftime.


The Bears already have lost a center and left guard from their starting lineup because of ankle injuries already this season.