The change from Lovie Smith to Marc Trestman saw the Bears dip from 10 wins in 2012 to eight this season, one of only two teams to post a lower win total with a new head coach in 2013.
The news will be when a player states publicly that he does not want to be back with his current team. All that accomplishes is shrinking the player’s market by one. So, predictably, D.J.
Whether the two situations are related remains to play out this weekend but the Bears signed a wide receiver from the Canadian Football League on Thursday while veteran Earl Bennett was excused fo
The Bears this season already defeated more teams .500 or better (Green Bay, Dallas, Cincinnati, Baltimore) than they did all last season (Cincinnati, Dallas, Green Bay).
CSNChicago.com is taking a look back at what turned out to be a memorable year in the Windy City, by counting down the 13 biggest Chicago sports stories of 2013.