Between injuries and poor play at various positions, the Bears need people. At quarterback. At linebacker.
The Bears did not field a single starter on either side of the ball against the Cleveland Browns in last year's preseason final, and the expectation is that Friday’s game against the Browns will a
He was an unqualified success story, a sixth-round draft choice who was cut by the Cincinnati Bengals, kept working and played his way into parts of six years with the Bears.
A second shoe fell on Wednesday when the Bears released tight end Kellen Davis less than a day after signing former Giant Martellus Bennett, as first reported by ProFootballTalk.com.