Conversations regarding the Bears around the NFL right now are centered on the searches for a general manager and head coach. Understandable.
In the aftermath of the Marc Trestman and Phil Emery firings, Bears players stood in front of TV cameras or took to social media to react.
MINNEAPOLIS — The aftershocks were still reverberating from the final indignity of the 2014 season, a touchdown-less, 13-9 loss to the Minnesota Vikings that was the Bears’ fif
As if dealing with the Detroit Lions and their No. 1 scoring defense wasn’t difficult enough...
Jimmy Clausen ripped off his helmet, popped up off the ground and went right after 6-foot-5, 278-pound Lions end Ziggy Ansah, spitting with fury.