The scouting combine is this weekend. Back in the news is the infamous Wonderlic Test. Players will have 12 minutes to answer 50 questions. The test is designed to evaluate how you can handle making tough decisions and the right calls under duress.
Former Bears linebacker Hunter Hillenmeyer scored a respectable 39 on the test while former safety Chris Harris had a 15 and former wide...
Former Bears player Chris Harris has transitioned from a player to a coach and is getting his feet wet as a member of Marc Trestman’s staff, a role for which he appears well suited.
Popular safety Chris Harris, who played two different stints as a Chicago Bear, will be trading his football cleats for a whistle. He was named to the Bears coaching staff Monday as a defensive quality control coach. Known as a student of the game, Harris gets his coaching start as an entry-level coach who will concentrate on breaking down tape [...]
Former Bears safety Chris Harris is one of three new Chicago coaches to join Marc Trestman's staff.
The Chicago Bears have hired former safety Chris Harris as a defensive quality control coach.
Harris recently retired after eight seasons that included two stints with Chicago (2005-06 and 2010-11). He also played for Carolina, Detroit and Jacksonville, where he appeared in five games last season and worked with new Bears defensive coordinator Mel Tucker. He had 16 interceptions...
Via AP on Fox
January 28, 2013
We’ve been getting some emails from guys complaining that the only houses we run are ridiculous multi-million dollar mansions. Blah, blah, blah. Something about, “Yeah, but how some of the lesser known guys are living?” Ok, smartasses, you want to see how a seven-year vet making $1.5 million a year is rolling? Check out this suburban Chicago house that former Bears safety Chris...
Rookie suffered foot/ankle injury Sunday; team down to 3 healthy safetiesAfter cutting ties with Chris Harris and placing rookie Anthony Walters on injured reserve, the Bears have lost yet another safety.
ALLEN PARK, Mich. — Chris Harris wanted another shot to play when his second stint with the Chicago Bears wasn't going very well.
Harris is ready to face his former team, the Chicago Bears.