When Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo talked this week about the 2013 Bears defense he is seeing on tape, the sense is that he was just being polite.
The day Jonathan Bostic and Khaseem Greene were drafted, among the first text messages that popped on their phones were ones from new teammates James Anderson and Lance Briggs, telling the new Bea
The Bears and Baltimore Ravens went into the 2013 season with the identical single biggest change to their respective defenses:
Not unexpectedly, with two presumed rookie starting linebackers, veteran James Anderson will move into the role of directing the Bears defense against Aaron Rodgers and the Gre
Between injuries and poor play at various positions, the Bears need people. At quarterback. At linebacker.