The prospect of wide receiver Calvin Johnson retiring quite likely had Vic Fangio, Kyle Fuller and every other individual involved in NFC North pass defense allowing at least a little relaxed exha
The Bears have something of an informed perspective on the 2015 playoffs: They played five of the eight wild-card teams this season, plus the Cincinnati Bengals in the third preseason game (“the b
Jay Cutler, once again directing an offense without most or all its top offensive weapons, had his first multi-interception game of the season, a mark of distinction for a quarterback whose commit
As the final whistle blew and the Bears and Lions converged at the center of Soldier Field, only one player took off in the opposite direction.
The term "homefield advantage" didn't apply to the Bears at all in 2015.