Rivera sees his exit as business decision Mayer: Although his contract was not renewed by the Bears after the 2006 season, Ron Rivera insists that he holds no grudges as he prepares to face his former team.
Martz: Bears’ offense will come around Potash: Martz remains convinced the Bears are closer than they look to becoming the offensive.
Taub doesn't claim to be genius Dave Toub shied away from the ``genius" label as he addressed the media Wednesday. But the Bears special teams coordinator couldn't deny his trick play off a punt return against the Packers caused a league-wide stir.
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Walter Payton bio paints bittersweet portrait of a deep, good man Rick Telander: Although author Jeff Pearlman uncovered some unseemly material in his new Walter Payton biography, "Sweetness: The Enigmatic Life of Walter Payton," he says the Hall of Famer was a good person with a lot of depth. Payton’s widow says he discussed suicide with her
Bears must execute, establish an identity In his weekly Q&A with ChicagoBears.com, general manager Jerry Angelo discusses the importance of the offense being able to both run and pass effectively.
Mullin: Bears getting/sending mixed signals? There were some puzzling comments coming out of Halas Hall on Wednesday, with players and coaches contradicting each other with their statements. "Moon" thinks it's a cause of concern this early in the season. CSNChicago.com: Latest Bears video
Durkin: Jerry Angelo And The Anatomy Of A Failure Go ahead and blame the defense if you must for coming out flat and unprepared, blame the offense if you'd like for being perpetually inept. I’ll blame the general manager.
Bears’ offense punting ball after 3 plays 41 percent of time Jensen: The offense has been a colossal mess plagued by penalties, missed blocks, dropped passes, errant throws and curious play calls.
Hester focuses on self-improvement, not teammate McClure: Hester's focus this week is to get better in areas that continue to plague the receiving corps as a whole.
Tice won't get involved in calling plays Wright: Bears offensive line coach Mike Tice wants to protect his group by placing it in situations where the players can succeed but don't expect him to interfere with the calls.
Theismann blasts Bears WR Williams Davis: Suffice it to say that Joe Theismann is glad he never had to throw to WR Roy Williams.
Hampton refuses White House invite The Hall of Famer says that his decision is based on a "personal choice."