According to one former NFL executive, Brian Urlacher is far from a slam dunk for Canton.
Brian Urlacher has officially announced his retirement from the Chicago Bears and he did it via Twitter. So we figured we'd go to Twitter and see what the Twitterverse is saying about #54.
2013 won't be the first time Jay Cutler has worked with the West Coast Offense. This will actually be his 5th professional season working in some form of the WCO, so how has he fared in the past?
It's time for our weekly run around the NFL. If you have some thoughts to add, just drop them in the comments section. Enjoy...
Football Outsiders followed up the draft by listing each team's post-draft needs - and for the Bears they listed receiver. Do you think this is the case?
The biggest buzzword for the firing of Jerry Angelo was "Talent gap." Phil Emery was hired with the thought of closing that gap. Are we there yet?
The Bears' passing game is expected to take a step forward with the addition of offensive mind Marc Trestman and a solidified offensive line. How much does Alshon Jeffery stand to gain from that improvement?
We're bringing back last year's series looking at players that have a chance to have a better season. We start with defensive end Shea McClellin.
The NFL Network is running down the list of the 100 best players playing in the NFL today, and Tim Jennings is the second Chicago Bears player to show up.
When it comes to cannon arms in the NFL, Chicago's Jay Cutler is right up there with the best of them.
Earlier this week the NFL revealed the game dates and times for the 2013 preseason schedule. Here is the official preseason schedule for the Chicago Bears.
The Bears QB Coach had some words to say about Jay Cutler. Guess what, they weren't the ones we normally hear about Jay Cutler...
Join us as we run down some Thoughts from the last week in the NFL, and be sure to add a few of your own in the comment section.
Aaron Kromer and Marc Trestman will be rebooting the offensive line of the Chicago Bears using guards as the anchor points.
Drafted together, the young Bears' linebackers have a chance to develop together and keep the unit strong.
Even a seventh-round draft pick is selected with a vision in mind of how that player fits in the big picture. What's Marquess Wilson's place in the Bears' big picture?