No position group in Chicago — and few anywhere in the league — is facing longer odds in repeating their 2018 production than the Bears cornerbacks.
CHICAGO – The biggest question facing both sides of the NFL’s oldest and best rivalry slated to kick off the league’s 100th season at Soldier Field on the first Thursday night in September is who is the better safety: Adrian Amos or Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix…
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Next, the appeals committee will make its final ruling in the case, which could be as soon as in a few weeks and as far away as a few more months.
While skill position players receive most of the headlines the guys up front are responsible for the plays having time to develop.
The Chicago Bears defense was loaded with star power and All Pros last season, but heading into 2019 there is no position they have a greater ability to be special at then outside linebacker.
The top four inside linebackers from the NFL's top 'D' return but do so under new guidance from new ILB coach Mark DeLeone new and defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano.
A three-way tie for 2nd place in Conference USA's West Division was the end result for Louisiana Tech in 2018. Despite coming off their fifth straight bowl win the team is projected to finish third this season, something the Bulldogs say just adds to their motivation.
The former swimming and diving coach says he was cleared of any wrongdoing, but MU says it simply closed the investigation because Rhodenbaugh had been dismissed.
What does it say that in an unusual NFL offseason in which not one but two defensive linemen who will be at least mentioned in eventual Hall of Fame conversations, Ndamukong Suh and Gerald McCoy, were available in free agency and the Chicago Bears ne…
When Mike Furrey said recently that every single one of his current receivers can have long careers in the NFL, perhaps it was hyperbole. Can we blame the Bears WR coach who entered last offseason with perhaps the league’s worst group, paced by Kenda…
Remember all the buzz last offseason surrounding a talented, cohesive Bears defense that returned 10 starters, not to mention its revered leader, Vic Fangio?