Tim Jennings


What others think of you doesn’t really matter (with the exceptions of our bosses, spouses and selected other significants) but it’s nice to be held in some high regard by peers and colleagues.


The member of the Bears who has spent the last decade in charge of guarding an opponent’s best receiver may occasionally be a bit guarded in his dealings with the media.


Bears cornerback and Chicago native Kelvin Hayden has stood at the edge of the abyss, stared into it, and fought back from it.


Virtually every starting position on offense is set for 2014.


Alshon Jeffery had a dubious distinction that he would rather avoid in 2014: He had five games with 100 or more receiving yards, two of them with more than 200, and the Bears lost all five games.