David Haugh makes predictions for the upcoming Bears season

David Haugh was on In The Loop to take his pick in Bears predictions around the quarterbacks, Leonard Floyd, Kevin White and rookies.
Via CSN Chicago
9 hours ago

Bullard a prime example of how, why and where Bears can improve

This Bears rebuild has taken longer than expected. Ideally, in year three of a GM/Head Coach tandem, they should be contending for the playoffs.  Thats not to
Via CSN Chicago
12 hours ago

Training camp cut watch: OLB Lamarr Houston comprised its list of 13 potential surprise training camp casualties, including Chicago Bears OLB Lamarr Houston, falling in a No. 2: ‘Signed by the previous Bears regime in free agency, Houston is due a lot of money for someone who has been unable to stay on the field. The same type of thing could be said for teammate Pernell McPhee, but Houston’s extreme injury history...
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Bears linebacker Jerrell Freeman saved a man's life at an airport

Jerrell Freeman played hero at an Austin airport on Sunday. The Bears linebacker was grabbing a bite to eat before his flight to head back to
Via CSN Chicago
21 hours ago

Bears training camp preview: Defensive Line

What needs to be seen from the defensive lineman in training camp? Akiem Hicks 2017 as big of a year for Hicks as it for anyone. Yes, Hicks was outstanding last season, much better than anticipated. At the same time, he now enters a contract year. If he shows up to camp in shape and […] Bears training camp preview: Defensive Line - Bear Goggles On - Bear Goggles On - A Chicago...
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23 hours ago

Ranking the Bears roster: 5-1

We break down the five most valuable players on the Bears roster. Who do the Bears need the most? 5. Josh Sitton Sitton was one of the best guards in the NFL last season. When he was on the field he was as consistent as expected, and arguably was playing at a higher level than […] Ranking the Bears roster: 5-1 - Bear Goggles On - Bear Goggles On - A Chicago Bears Fan Site - News...
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1 day ago

48 days until Chicago Bears 2017 season kicks off: Patrick Scales profile

The Bear Goggles On Countdown to Kickoff series is now underway. With 48 days to go until the Bears season kicks off, we will highlight long snapper, Patrick Scales 2016 Review Scales spent the entire 2016 season on the Bears roster. He played in all 16 games, after being signed on for the final five […] 48 days until Chicago Bears 2017 season kicks off: Patrick Scales profile...
Via Bears Goggles On
1 day ago

Mike Glennon trying to stay in the moment

In May, Bears quarterback Mike Glennon was asked about the team trading up to draft Mitchell Trubisky with the second overall pick of the draft and Glennon said that “this year is my year” and that he isn’t worrying about anything beyond the 2017 season. Not worrying isn’t exactly the same as not thinking, however.…
Via Pro Football Talk
1 day ago

Jerrell Freeman saves fellow airline passenger with Heimlich

It’s a good thing Jerrell Freeman decided to have one last cheat meal before training camp. The Bears linebacker made a last-minute call for some brisket at the airport in Austin Sunday, when he encountered a man who was choking, and saved him with the Heimlich maneuver. According to Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune, Freeman…
Via Pro Football Talk
1 day ago

Breaking down Mitch Trubisky’s first NFL contract

Trubisky, as of right now, has more guaranteed money in his contract than Tom Brady. So obviously, he must be a better player, right? Although the Bears paid a king’s ransom in April to move up one selection in order to draft Mitch Trubisky, it was only this past Wednesday, July 19, when he officially signed his first NFL contract. Even since the new CBA took effect in 2011, negating...
Via Tar Heel Blog
2 days ago

Ranking the Bears: Guys Fighting At The Bottom of the 53

As the Bears move closer to training camp, we move closer to the top of the list. Most of the names here should be familiar, even though you may not remember they’re on the team. None, I don’t think, are guaranteed a roster spot. Here they are, ranked with short bios. Once again, you’re welcome. 59. Jordan Morgan, OG. The Bears have big plans for Morgan but it’s going to...
Via Da Bears Blog
3 days ago

Jay Cutler to call Bears game in booth debut

Jay Cutler will make his long-awaited debut in the FOX booth when Week 1 of the 2017 season comes calling. The recently retired quarterback signed on with the network as a way to transition from the gridiron to the media world.In an interesting turnabout, Cutler’s first game will be in Chicago with his former Bears team hosting the defending NFC champion Atlanta Falcons. Now, that...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago Bears: the curious case of Jonathan Bullard

There is a lot to be excited about when you look at the 2017 Chicago Bears defense. The linebacking core is criminally underrated, the defensive backfield is full of young players with great potential, but there is a problem with the defensive line. The problem isn’t defensive tackle Eddie Goldman and absolutely not defensive end Akiem Hicks, rather who is going to play opposite...
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Taking a closer look at the new faces in the Chicago Bears secondary

The Chicago Bears were their own worst enemy during the 2016 season. Game after game, the performance on the field looked shaky, inconsistent and just downright dysfunctional. The team not only had a hard time finding the end-zone, but keeping their opponent out of it. For a franchise who prides themselves in a hard-hitting defense, the Bears recent performance have left many fan’s...
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Clay Matthews has great reason why he'll miss facing Jay Cutler

When Clay Matthews looks across the line of scrimmage next season when his Green Bay Packers take on the Chicago Bears, he admits he’ll regret not seeing Jay Cutler, who retired this offseason and took a job with FOX Sports. And the Packers linebacker has a great reason why.Matthews, appearing on “The Rich Eisen Show” this week, explained his fondness for lining up against...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Dick Butkus sounds off on the Bears' mediocrity

During his playing days, Dick Butkus was one of the fiercest linebackers in the NFL. Years later, at the age of 74, he doesn’t strike fear into the hearts of quarterbacks anymore. But the front office of his former team, the Chicago Bears, may not like when he gets in front of a microphone.While attending the inaugural Illini Athletics Hall of Fame gala, he spoke with reporters...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Bears OL Eric Kush pulls off gravity-defying backflip

Chicago Bears offensive lineman Eric Kush is a big boy weighing in at 313 pounds. He has to be a big guy. Otherwise, he wouldn’t survive playing in the trenches against the best defensive linemen the NFL has to offer. Along with simply being big, he needs to be athletic. Playing on the offensive line is hard work and requires a special kind of athlete. If you believe a video Kush...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Brian Urlacher: Bears' approach at QB is ‘confusing’

The Chicago Bears surprised the masses when they traded up to draft Mitchell Trubisky after signing free agent quarterback Mike Glennon to a multiyear deal. Brian Urlacher was no exception.In an appearance on CBS Radio’s “Tiki And Tierney Show” this week, Urlacher described what the Bears have done at the quarterback position as “confusing.”“I don’t know what the identity...
Via Larry Brown Sports
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Brian Urlacher whacks Bears, says they’re cursed

Anyone who doesn’t understand the Bears’ plan this offseason shouldn’t feel bad.Brian Urlacher doesn’t understand it, either.The Bears’ great even has a theory for the Bears’ misfortunes over the last four years. He calls it “The Lovie Smith Curse.”Urlacher’s last year with the Bears, 2012, also turned out to be Lovie Smith’s last year as Bears head coach. Smith...
Via The Sports Daily
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Fantasy Football: one player to avoid from the Chicago Bears

Fantasy football is always a crapshoot; people roll the dice on players to have great seasons. Every pick is a gamble, but there is no bigger risk than drafting rookies. It’s unknown what their role is going to be in the offense, or how much they will actually be used, but the biggest gamble of them all is rookie tight ends. Chicago Bears fans are very high on rookie tight end...
23 days ago  |  Discuss

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