Kyle Long


As the Bears trickled off the field after a woeful first half, down 14-0 and being shut out in a first half for the first time in 23 games under coach Marc Trestman, the boos c


The last time they were together on a practice field actually practicing together was Sept.


One of the true positives of the lurching start to the season has been the play of Brian de la Puente filling in at center while Roberto Garza recovers from a high-ankle sprain


CHARLOTTE – A disturbing pattern emerged from the Bears’ 31-24 loss to the Carolina Panthers Sunday in Bank of America Stadium.


An odd game up front. The Bears came out pounding the ball with the run game and were successful throughout the game.