Jon Hoke wasn't looking for an Assistant Defensive Backs Coach.
Kyle Fuller showed a national TV audience — and a good San Francisco offense — why he was the No. 14 pick of the draft.
He didn’t have the best of days – no Bear did when the result is a 23-20 opening-day loss – but Chris Conte is officially the Bears’ starting free safety again, based on the depth chart released b
The Buffalo Bills thought enough of Sammy Watkins to trade up from ninth to No. 4 to draft the Clemson wide receiver.
The last time a Soldier Field crowd saw Chris Conte, the Bears safety was being left behind on a coverage mistake against the Green Bay Packers and wide receiver Randall Cobb.