Despite an emphatic push from the league and the NFL Players Association plus encouragement from team medical staffs leaguewide, the willingness of players to obtain the vaccine remains spotty.
The Chicago Bears agreed to terms with quarterback Justin Fields on his four-year rookie contract, NFL Network reported Thursday.
On the week he signed with the Chicago Bears in March, veteran quarterback Andy Dalton was asked how he might react if the team were to draft his replacement.
When it comes to roll call for spring football in the NFC North, nothing is more dramatic and potentially altering to the 2021 season than Aaron Rodgers’ absence from the Green Bay Packers.
Let’s face it. The “Bear Raid” siren was never going to be quite enough on its own. Staley Da Bear hamming it up for a sea of empty blue seats? It just wasn’t the same.
The Chicago Bears feel as if they’ve created competition to fill the void created by the departure of Kyle Fuller. But if the window shopping the team is doing becomes more serious, there could be another option.
The Chicago Bears held their rookie minicamp last weekend at Halas Hall. With 33 players on hand, including a seven-player draft class headlined by quarterback Justin Fields, the three-day session provided an orientation process for the team’s youngest newcomers.
More than two decades later, the visceral reaction of Philadelphia Eagles fans to the selection of Donovan McNabb with the No. 2 pick in the 1999 NFL draft remains fresh in Brad Childress’ memory.
For a Virginian, by way of North Carolina, it didn’t take long for Dazz Newsome to learn Chicago’s language.
Count Matt Nagy among the many people with “Zoom fatigue” after more than a year of pandemic precautions.
If Ohio State offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson was forced to pick one play from Justin Fields’ signature game as a college quarterback, he’d need a few minutes to sift through the choices. After all, Fields fired 28 passes and ran eight times during the Buckeyes’ 49-28 upset of Clemson in the College Football Playoff. He threw for 385 yards with six touchdown passes that night in New Orleans, including a 56-yard, third-quarter kill shot to receiver Chris Olave.
How many “Save the Date” notices merit special live coverage on two TV networks?
The Chicago Bears will begin selling single-game tickets for the 2021 season May 12, marking preparation for fans’ return to Soldier Field.
Ryan Pace doubled down on his statement that second-round pick Teven Jenkins potentially can play left tackle. That’s the biggest takeaway after a league source said the Chicago Bears will release Charles Leno Jr., their longest-tenured offensive lineman.
Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Pace had little idea how his world would unfold when Thursday began, how the first night of this year’s NFL draft might fulfill his biggest wishes or leave him to accept one of the team’s much-discussed fallback plans.
The Chicago Bears have drafted 31 quarterbacks during the Super Bowl era, beginning with the 1966 season, and only one has gone on to make 100 regular-season starts in the NFL. That was Jim Harbaugh, selected in the first round with the 26th pick in 1987.
Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Pace spoke to the media on a video conference call Tuesday to preview this week’s NFL draft.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson said he has “a pretty good mindset” as he prepares for the 2021 season despite playing under the franchise tag.
Every offseason there is a storyline, Ryan Pace said Tuesday morning, and when it comes to the Chicago Bears, that usually leads back to the quarterback.
The Chicago Bears need a quarterback, but they also have several other roster holes it would be wise to address in this week’s NFL draft.
After a unique virtual event in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the NFL draft regains some normalcy with an in-person affair in Cleveland this year.
Brace yourself. This is not the Steve McMichael you’re used to seeing, this gaunt 63-year-old man propped up on an elevated chair in the corner of his kitchen and struggling with basic movement. It just doesn’t compute.
Andy Dalton may be the Chicago Bears “QB1” for now, but general manager Ryan Pace and coach Matt Nagy have spent the last several months examining whether their quarterback of the future is in this year’s draft class.
Two months ago, the Chicago Bears were rumored to be in the mix for Carson Wentz.