Groy set to replace Michael Ola on O-line - Brad Biggs: UDFA Ryan Groy is most experienced at LG but potentially could be considered as a center moving forward, having served as Roberto Garza’s backup for the last month.
Brandon Marshall placed on IR; Marquess Wilson to benefit?
Marshall released from hospital - Jeff Dickerson: Brandon Marshall, who was discharged from Northwestern Memorial Hospital on Monday, has been placed on injured reserve.
Marshall injury could give Wilson a prime opportunity to step up - Mark Potash: Best chance yet for Jay Cutler and Marquess Wilson to build a foundation that could pay dividends next season.
Injured Marshall describes worst season of his career - David Just: Brandon Marshall joined Waddle and Silvy to discuss his season-ending injury and the disappointing year it’s been for him.
Roster news - Larry Mayer: Brandon Marshall placed on IR, receiver Josh Bellamy promoted from the PS.
[Video] ChicagoBears.com - Tom Thayer breaks down the impact of Marquess Wilson and the benefits moving forward.
Trestman not wasting time lamenting postseason - Michael C. Wright: Marc Trestman chose not to address his team about its official elimination from postseason contention on Sunday.
Bennett still motivated despite team's record - Michael C. Wright: With the postseason out of reach, Martellus Bennett finds motivation in proving he belongs among the game’s elite at the tight end position.
[Video] ESPN - Jeff Dickerson breaks down the biggest storylines surrounding the Bears heading into Week 15.
Despite distractions, Trestman just focused on next opponent - Bob LeGere: Marc Trestman maintains that focusing on the job at hand -- the New Orleans Saints next Monday night -- helps tune out the distractions.
Trestman aware of ‘noise,’ still supports Cutler - Adam L. Jahns: Head coach is less adamant in defending Mel Tucker's future with the team. Dan Wiederer: Retaining focus will be difficult for a team facing waves of criticism and speculation.
Marshall supports QB, but 'would have buyer's remorse, too' - Michael C. Wright: Brandon Marshall agreed with the notion Chicago is experiencing buyer's remorse, after signing Jay Cutler to a seven-year contract. Rich Campbell: 'Ready to move forward to next year'.
Jay Cutler could add 'GM killer' to his resume - Steve Rosenbloom stumbles into an actual gridiron thought in about one in ten articles. This is one of the other nine.
[Video] - Adam Hoge on the state of mind the Bears are in after being eliminated from playoff contention, and what potential moves the team will make in the offseason.
Team notes - Dan Wiederer: Brandon Marshall out of hospital, out for season; Marquess Wilson preparing for heightened role in final three games; UFDA Ryan Groy to be fourth starter at left guard this season; more roster notes.
Team notes - Bob LeGere: Brandon Marshall will miss rest of season; Ryan Groy, Michael Ola will compete at LG; Trestman optimistic Robbie Gould will return to face Saints.
Team notes - Not-Hub Fishbain: Marc Trestman focused on Saints, not noise; Brandon Marshall placed on IR; more roster and injury notes.
Bears schedule - Moon Mullin: Bears eliminated from playoffs due to results elsewhere, have now missed postseason in four straight seasons.
[Video] - Charles Tillman to players worried over jobs: 'Just continue to play' ... discusses players' responsibility to media, recaps winning Walter Payton Man of the Year award.
[Video] - Ian Rapoport discusses potential changes coming for Bears at QB, coach, stir it up some more regarding Cutler.
[Video] SportsTalk Live - Bears officially eliminated from the postseason. [KAPCON: 5]
[Video] View from the Moon - Moon Mullin, Kip Lewis talk status of Mel Tucker, 'buyers[sic] remorse' over Cutler.
[Video] ChicagoBears.com - Jeff Joniak sits down with Demontre Hurst on Bears Confidential.
Not every sack is the O-line's fault - Ross Tucker: Multiple websites are now devoted to evaluating game film and advanced NFL analytics, yet we still lean way too often on the crutch that is blaming the O-line.
Know thy enemy: Lions - Michael Rothstein: Ndamukong Suh is too valuable to Detroit -- the most critical player on the league's second-ranked defense -- to let him walk away to another team.
I don't understand hurling either - it's a southern Irish sport, and is massive down there - but I'm disproportionately excited about the Tayto crisps (potato chips to you).