The Chicago Bears are interested in Indianapolis Colts director of college scouting Morocco Brown and defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus.
The Chicago Bears are looking for a new head coach after firing Matt Nagy.
The cheese had just begun to harden and grow moldy in Green Bay. Bears fans had to realize something.
The Bears' strength has been the defense.
The Chicago Bears are looking for a new head coach. Jim Caldwell is a potential candidate.
The Chicago Bears will interview Steelers' VP of Football & Business Administration Omar Khan on Monday.
The Chicago Bears' season is over. The offensive line played a key role in the team's success.
Matt Nagy was fired as the head coach of the Chicago Bears. The Monday following the NFL regular season is informally called "Black Monday".
Doug Pederson lasted five seasons in Philadelphia and four in Chicago.
Ryan Pace left a lot of holes on the Chicago Bears roster. Justin Fields was a nice parting present.
Seahawks want to interview Bears defensive coordinator Sean Desai.
The Chicago Bears are undergoing a coaching change. Vic Fangio's defensive philosophy is similar to that of the LA Chargers under Brandon Staley.
Bryan Perez wants to talk to the Bears about a chance to invest in Justin Fields.
The Chicago Bears finished the season with a 6-11 record. They fired head coach Matt Nagy and general manager Ryan Pace.
Bill Polian is hired as a new Bears coach and general manager. George McCaskey is pleased with his work.
The Jacksonville Jaguars want to interview Indianapolis Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus for their head coaching position. He met with the Chicago Bears on Monday.
The Chicago Bears and Jacksonville Jaguars have already interviewed Matt Eberflus for their vacant Head Coach jobs.
The Chicago Bears finished the regular season 10 days ago. Last Monday, team Chairman George McCaskey relieved Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy of their duties.
The Bears are busy. They are talking to job candidates and doing due diligence.
Ryan Pace was fired by the Chicago Bears last week. The team is now looking for a new general manager.
When you hear so and so is the betting favorite to become the Bears next head coach, please take it with multiple grains of salt.
Chris Ballard was the Bears director of scouting. Ballard is a natural choice for the general-manager job in 2015.
The Chicago Bears are conducting their searches for a new head coach and general manager.
The Chicago Bears could leave the iconic Soldier Field sooner than expected. The team aims to close its purchase agreement for the Arlington International Racecourse by early 2023.
The Bears finished with just 3207 passing yards, 16 touchdowns and 20 interceptions last season. The team's passing game ranked near the bottom of the NFL in every category.
The new Bears coach will have a choice of keeping some of the assistant coaches.
The Bears drafted two tackles and will plug them in next year. Pro Football Focus thinks it's not so simple.
Matt Nagy was fired by the Chicago Bears after four seasons. The team is looking for a new head coach.
Brian Flores is the favorite to be the next head coach of the Bears.
Dick Butkus played nine seasons in the NFL, all with Chicago Bears. He was selected to the Pro Bowl in all but his final year.
The Chicago Bears are in the middle of the search for their next head coach.
Jim Harbaugh will not be the next head coach of the Chicago Bears.
Chris Tabor, the special teams coordinator for the Chicago Bears, is leaving Matt Nagy's coaching staff.
The Chicago Bears are looking for a new general manager and head coach.
Brian Flores was let go by Miami. Flores is a favorite to take the Chicago Bears job.
The Chicago Bears are looking for a new general manager and head coach. They are starting with a list of candidates.
Josh Myers wants to explain what happened to his knee in Chicago.
Doug Pederson was fired as the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles and is now being considered for the vacant head coaching job in Chicago.
The Chicago Bears are looking for some big replacements.
Matt Nagy and Ryan Pace were fired by the Bears on Black Monday. They were given one more chance to improve the team's record, but they didn't.
The Chicago Bears are looking for a new head coach.
Bill Polian is qualified to help the Bears find their next general manager and head coach.
The Chicago Bears finished with their worst record since 2017. They don't have a first-round pick.
The Seahawks were eliminated from the playoffs with a 25-24 loss to the Bears.
Ryan Pace was let go by the Bears on Monday morning. The team is looking for a new general manager.
Matt Nagy was fired by the Bears. The Bears are looking for a new head coach.
The Chicago Bears have won their first game since the 2018 season. The team's offense was not good, but the defense was historic.
The Chicago Bears season is over after finishing third with a record of 6-11. The franchise will be looking for a new head coach.
The 2022 NFL Draft order is starting to take shape. The Giants picked up an additional first-round pick in a trade with the Chicago Bears last April.
Ryan Pace was fired as the Chicago Bears general manager on Monday.
Leslie Frazier is set to be interviewed by the Chicago Bears regarding their recently opened head coaching position.
Bears chairman George McCaskey sat on a Zoom call a year ago and said everything would be fine.
George McCaskey is the chairman of the board of Bears. He is about to hire his third general manager in 11 seasons.
Mike Vrabel is one of two NFL head coaches hired in 2018 still on the job. Chicago Bears fired Matt Nagy on Monday.
Mike Zimmer's team won the season-ending game against Chicago.
The Vikings closed a frustrating season by defeating the Bears 31-17.
Bears are looking for a new head coach after firing Matt Nagy and general manager Ryan Pace. Let's take a look at three potential replacements.
Matt Nagy and Ryan Pace were fired as the Bears finished the season with a 6-11 record.
Matt Nagy and Ryan Pace have been relieved of their duties. The Bears lost their first game of the season.
The Rams defense is going to have a field day against Andy Dalton and the Bears.
The Chicago Bears finished with a 6-11 record.
Matt Nagy has been fired as the head coach of the Chicago Bears.
Ryan Pace was fired by the Chicago Bears. The move surprised me.
Matt Nagy and Ryan Pace have been fired by the Chicago Bears.
The Vikings beat the Bears 31-17 in Minnesota.
The Minnesota Vikings are trailing the Chicago Bears by 17-10.
The Minnesota Vikings are trailing the Chicago Bears 3-0 after the first quarter.
The Chicago Bears are going to have a change of management in 2022. Head coach Matt Nagy is leaving and the team will start looking for a new one.
The Chicago Bears are going to Minnesota to play the Vikings in the season finale in Week 18. Both teams are out of the playoffs and could see coaching changes as early as Monday morning.
The Chicago Bears are preparing for changes following their season finale against the Minnesota Vikings.
The Chicago Bears are looking for a new head coach and for their next head player. The team needs to beef up their roster and secure pending free agents.
Matt Nagy is the current head coach of the Chicago Bears. He is expected to be relieved of his duties as soon as Black Monday.
The Chicago Bears will likely be without rookie quarterback Justin Fields in Week 18 when they travel to face the Minnesota Vikings.
Golladay didn't have a catch in last week's game against the Bears. He has six receptions for 75 yards in his last three games.
The Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings are going to play each other in Week 18. Mike Zimmer and Matt Nagy are both expected to be replaced as head coaches.
George McCaskey took Ryan Pace on a tour of the photos that lined the walls at Halas Hall. The pictures documented almost 100 years of Bears' history.
The Bears have the NFL's 24th-ranked defense against the run. The Vikings are the 12th in the league in terms of rushing touchdowns allowed.
Golladay didn't record a catch in last week's game against the Bears. He has six receptions (17 targets) for 75 yards in his last three games.
Matt Nagy will not be back as the Chicago Bears head coach next season. A report suggests a former Tennessee linebacker and NFL veteran could be an option.
Justin Fields will start in the regular-season finale against the Minnesota Vikings. It's the third quarterback change in three weeks for the Bears.
Justin Fields will start for the Chicago Bears in their regular-season finale against the Minnesota Vikings.
Jim Harbaugh could leave Michigan to coach the Raiders or Bears.
Devontae Booker has 147 rushing yards on 32 carries in his last three games. Last week against the Bears, Booker ran for 46 yards.
The Bears have the NFL's 24th-ranked defense against the run. Cook has run for a touchdown twice in seven games against them.
Kenny Golladay did not record a catch in last week's game against the Bears. He has 75 yards on six grabs during his last three games.
The Minnesota Vikings play against the Chicago Bears. The game has no significance in the playoff picture.
The Chicago Bears season is over. The team lost to the Vikings on Monday Night Football and was eliminated from the playoffs.
Matt Nagy will not be the next head coach of the Chicago Bears.
Rich Scangarello was hired as the Denver Broncos offensive coordinator. Vic Fangio was the defensive coordinator for the Chicago Bears last season.
Matt Nagy's future with the Chicago Bears is uncertain.
Matt Nagy will be fired as the Chicago Bears head coach at the end of the season. The front office in Chicago has been quiet about the matter.
Matt Nagy is expected to be fired as the Chicago Bears head coach.
Brad Biggs answers readers' questions about the Chicago Bears' future in his weekly Bears mailbag.
Andy Dalton has been playing well for the Bears since taking over the offense. The Bears are looking competent on offense since Andy Dalton took over.
Jim Harbaugh came to the Bears from Michigan.
The Minnesota Vikings are out of the playoff race. They play the Chicago Bears in the season finale on Sunday.
The New York Giants lost their sixth straight game on Sunday, falling to the Chicago Bears 29-3.
The Chicago Bears are about to wrap up their disappointing season. Head coach Matt Nagy is expected to be fired.
Tyler Conklin and the Minnesota Vikings take on the Chicago Bears in a Sunday afternoon game.
Kenny Golladay has 75 receiving yards in his last three games. He didn't record a catch in last week's game versus the Bears.
Osborn is averaging seven receiving yards per game in three career matchups against the Bears. The Bears are the NFL's fourth-ranked pass defense.
The Bears have always sought continuity with their defense.
Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears will meet in Week 18 of the NFL season.
The Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings are out of the playoffs. They meet in a divisional game in Week 18.
Matt Nagy is expected to be fired as the Chicago Bears head coach in a week. It will be the third time in eight seasons that a Bears coach has been fired after a meaningless game in Minneapolis.
The New York Giants lost 29-3 to the Chicago Bears.
Rex Ryan has commented on the Joe Judge's rant after the Giants' 29-3 loss to the Chicago Bears.
The Chicago Bears are 6-10 heading into their season finale against the Minnesota Vikings.
The Chicago Bears are 6-7 SU/4-8-1 ATS on Thursday Night Football since the program began in 2006, including a 1-4 SU/ATS mark against their divisional nemeses, the Green Bay Packers..
The Chicago Bears are watching the NFL playoffs. The weather is getting colder. The Bears will play in the NFC and AFC Championship games.
Bears request second interviews with Jim Caldwell and Dan Quinn. Indianapolis Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus will meet with the Bears on Wednesday. The only confirmed second interview for the GM position is tomorrow with Kansas City Chiefs executive director of player personnel Ryan Poles. The Bears are still looking for a new head coach. Several head coaching candidates are no longer involved in the playoffs. Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer and Greg Gabriel think Ebersfluss and Caldwell are the top names to watch for Chicago's vacant head job.
The Chicago Bears are looking for a new head coach after firing Matt Nagy. George McCaskey, Ted Phillips, Bill Polian, Lamar Campbell and Tanesha Wade are conducting the search.
Bill Polian wants the Chicago Bears to hire the Indianapolis Colts director of college scouting Morocco Brown and defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus as their next general manager and head coach. Polan was hired by the Bears as a consultant after the organization fired both Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy. Ebersflis has already interviewed for the head coaching position.
The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Buffalo Bills in overtime to win the Division Round. Chicago Bears traded up from pick three to pick two to get Mitchell Trubisky. Patrick Mahomes was drafted by the Chiefs and is dominating the NFL playoffs. The Chicago franchise is still a bad franchise. It's time to change the team. The team should be ashamed of themselves for 2017. They should not have drafted Deshaun Watson.
The Bears are looking for a new coach and general manager. The search is taking too much time and it's possible it will produce the wrong results. The Bears have learned some lessons from the playoffs and from their search.
Ryan Poles is considering a potential promotion to general manager with the Minnesota Vikings or Chicago Bears. Poles was a finalist for the New York Giants' GM job in 2022. He is currently the Kansas City Chiefs executive director of player personnel.
Ryan Nall is a UDFA who played for one team in 2018. He hardly saw the field and was up and down from the practice squad.
Bears will interview Steelers' VP of Football & Business Administration Omar Khan on Monday. The team has already interviewed a number of candidates. Houston Texans almost hired him as their GM, but he lost out. He's also seen as a possible replacement for Pittsburgh's Kevin Colbert, who's planning to retire after this year's draft. Brandon Hunt is the frontrunner for that job. The Steelers would receive a third round compensatory pick in the 2022 and 2023 drafts if they hire Khan.
Go to your favorite sports dictionary and look up “team culture” to see a picture of the Chicago Bears. What does NFLbets mean by that? Simply that, since the days when the quarterback had an option on essentially every play, the Bears have always been all about defense. All hope for the not-necessarily bright future of Mitch Trubisky aside, the Windy City’s NFL team hasn’t had a true franchise quarterback since the 1950s, a far greater drought than any other team.
From 1960 through 2017, the Bears have had a top-five defense in terms of points allowed 16 times, but have been a top-five scoring offense in just six seasons – and only three since George Halas was coaching the team. Despite the eternal weakness on one side of the ball, however, the Bears may claim an NFL second-best nine titles (Although one supposes that many Bears fans under the age of, likesay, 40 would appreciate another Super Bowl win any year now…), the most wins of any NFL team all-time (they’re 12 wins up on the rival Green Bay Packers and +62 on the New York Giants) and the most Professional Football Hall of Fame members of any team.
The team was originally founded as an independent club in Decatur named the Staleys, but joined with the American Professional Football Association (APFA) in time for the soon-to-be NFL’s first season. A loss to the Chicago Cardinals and a final-game tie with the undefeated Akron Pros earned the 10-1-2 Staleys a second-place finish. No matter, coach/owner Halas had his relocated Chicago Staleys going 9-1- in ’21 to take the last APFA title; with a fine sense of foreshadowing, this team was the league’s stingiest in points allowed, but just seventh-best in points scored.
Over the next five seasons, the again-renamed Chicago Bears were perpetual contenders and ran up four more second-place finishes, but championship status would elude the team until 1932, the year 24-year-old fullback Bronko Nagurski was given leave to run the ball. Halas, Bronko and the Bears took the ’33 title as well, but unfortunately wasted brilliant ’34 campaigns by Nagurski and Beattie Feathers with a 30-10 pummeling by the Giants in the final game.
The 1940s were the decade of Sid Luckman. From 1940 to ’48, this Hall of Fame quarterback got the Bears into five championship games and won four – twice getting to the championship despite Halas not coaching a Chicago Bears team for the first time ever. Halas returned for ’46, but the Bears wouldn’t see the championship game again until ’56, the team’s first season after Halas’s second retirement. Halas returned to the sidelines one more time in ’58, taking the Bears’ eighth title in ’63 thanks to (you guessed it) a dominant defense that included five Pro Bowlers and snagged 36 interceptions in 14 games.
The post-Halas, post-NFL/AFL merger days weren’t very fruitful for the Bears. In the next 20 seasons, the Bears would make the playoffs just twice – both times in the late 70s in the early years of Walter Payton’s career. However, Mike Ditka’s hiring as head coach with nice low expectations helped write the most memorable chapter in modern Bears history. And though Ditka’s Bears made seven playoff runs in eight years, the majority of the aforementioned metaphorical chapter would be devoted to that single magical season of 1985.
For one year, this team led by three Hall of Famers (Payton, Mike Singletary, Richard Dent) helped lead a cast of characters (Jim McMahon, Willie Gault, Dan Hampton, Wilber Marshall, Ron Rivera and of course William “The Refrigerator” Perry among them) to the NFL’s first-ever 15-1 run. For those who watched it, the shock of the Miami Dolphins’ MNF upset of Dah Bearssss was matched only by the disappointment that a rematch in Super Bowl XX would not be forthcoming. The Bears capped their near-perfect season near-perfectly with a 46-10 trashing of the helpless New England Patriots.
Since those glorious days of the 1980s, well … let’s just say the “Super Bowl Shuffle” hasn’t been discussed too often in a contemporary context in Chicago. For the 2000s, Dick Jauron was able to partially assemble another monstrous defense around draftee Brian Urlacher; from 2001 through ‘’10, the Urlacher- (and later Julius Peppers-) led Bears made the playoffs four times, including the Super Bowl XLI loss.
As for the Trubisky Era the Bears are about to enter into and/or end prematurely, let’s put it this way: You ever hear of Sid Luckman…?