The NFL continues to reach unprecedented levels of popularity. But the league hasn’t been without its black eyes.
Brandon Marshall could've held out for more money or forced his way out of Chicago and into a lucrative contract elsewhere.
The Bears are staying with a 4-3 as their base defense and traditionally have used one defensive tackle as a “nose” working one center-guard gap, and the other as a three-technique shaded to the o
Phil Emery sounded last weekend about right for an NFL GM after a draft: “Really feel good about the direction the draft took for us in terms of lining up with our plan and for it all coming toget
The entire 2014 Bears draft class is now in the fold.