Learnable lessons for Bears in Super Bowl XLIX - Moon Mullin: John Fox was on the Denver sideline when the Seahawks crushed his Broncos last year with 135 rushing yards (to Denver’s 27) and right now the Bears do not have what Fox teams want to do with respect to running the football.
Bears can learn much from classic Super Bowl - Bob LeGere: The Bears could learn a lot about the importance of defense, balanced offense, efficient QB play and developing an identity from Super Bowl XLIX.
You think there are no Bears working the Super Bowl? Think again - Brad Biggs: Bears equipment manager Tony Medlin in charge of ensuring no footballs are underinflated in Super Bowl XLIX, while Roberto Garza is serving as an analyst for Telemundo.
Martellus Bennett says Trestman better suited as an offensive coordinator - Aaron Wilson: Bennett praised Marc Trestman's play-calling but said it was difficult for the coach to handle the personalities in the Bears' locker room, including himself.
[Video] ChicagoBears.com - (NFL Network) Jared Allen discusses new head coach John Fox and what he brings to the team.
[Video] - George McCaskey discusses the Bears' new coaching staff, and the likelihood of a Super Bowl being hosted in Chicago.
[Video] ChicagoBears.com - Brian Urlacher chats with NFL Media's Lindsay Rhodes on the Xfinity Couch at the 2015 NFL Honors ceremony.
Is this Seahawks' defense as good as the '85 Bears? - Adam L. Jahns: Where do these Seahawks rank among the greatest defenses of all-time — from the Steelers’ Steel Curtain of the 1970s to the 1985 Bears to the 2000 Ravens and the 2002 Buccaneers?
Allen wins Salute to Service Award - Larry Mayer: Jared Allen has been selected as the winner of the fourth annual Salute to Service Award presented by USAA, the NFL’s official military appreciation sponsor.
NFL hypocrites on concussions, guaranteed contracts - Darnell Dockett: While the media obsesses over quiet players and PSI, the biggest problems in professional football go unnoticed. From concussions to non-guaranteed contracts, players are getting fed up with the league's rampant hypocrisy.