Clint Hurtt


If the Bears are to walk out of Gillette Stadium Sunday as the just the fifth of 25 NFC opponents to ever win there since it opened in 2002, they'll have to make their ultra-cool quarterback


Before Phil Emery got to work gutting the Bears' defensive line in free agency, he and Mel Tucker brought in some experienced coaching specialists.


When the Bears selected LSU defensive tackle Ego Ferguson with the 51st overall pick in the second-round of the NFL Draft, Will Sutton thought his hopes of joining the team he rooted for growing u


Confidence is not only a good thing; it is an indispensable component of success in more than just the NFL.


While the Bears may currently be salary cap-strapped, and could still make moves to open more space on their payroll ledger, they reportedly made another move to strengthen their number of "teache