After some lukewarm comments about Jay Cutler at the scouting combine, the Bears brass met with the quarterback without his agent. The team left the meeting convinced he was their starter.
The Chicago Bears were active early during free agency but coach John Fox believes the team needs to sign more players during the second wave of free agency.
With few alternatives and a massive contract Bears general manager Ryan Pace announced what seemed all too obvious to Chicago fans: Jay Cutler will be the starting quarterback in 2015.
The Bears were in hibernation during a wild NFL weekend, but Chicago made a splash on Tuesday with plans to sign free-agent outside linebacker Pernell McPhee to a five-year deal.
The Bears have reportedly informed Lance Briggs that he will not be back with the team in 2015. Will the seven-time Pro Bowl linebacker call it a career or sign with a team?
A clause in Jay Cutler’s contract will force the Bears to make a decision on his future next week. Will Chicago find a trade partner instead?
Ian Rapoport reported Thursday that the Bears are exploring a potential trade of wide receiver Brandon Marshall. Will Chicago be able to move the talented wideout?
Charles Tillman wants to return from a torn triceps for a 13th NFL season and a chance for a Super Bowl title. Will the impending free agent cornerback leave the Chicago Bears for an established contender?
Coach John Fox said Wednesday that Jay Cutler will face an "open competition" at quarterback. Could the Bears end up going with Jimmy Clausen or a rookie instead?
The Chicago Bears announced Tuesday that they hired Vic Fangio as John Fox’s defensive coordinator. Fangio previously helped build San Francisco’s defense into one of the NFL’s premier units.