The biggest question now hanging over the Bears, in a season marred by so many big-issue questions, is how high the mud will splash after the offensive coordinator revealed himself as the one who
Brian Kelly said the winner of December's quarterback competition will successfully operate Notre Dame's offense the way the fifth-year coach wants.
The shape of the 2015 starting linebacker group may take a step closer to formation with veteran middle linebacker D.J.
If you experience buyer’s remorse after making a deal – whether it’s for a car, house or quarterback – then you need two things for fix it: a way out of unwinding the mistake, and an alternative.
Bears head coach Marc Trestman has alluded to the concept of “complimentary football” to describe a team where each phase supports the others by doing its job to at least an adequate level.