LAKE FOREST | The NFL's oldest rivals are spicing up their Sunday showdown with some serious trash talk.
LAKE FOREST | Suddenly, without warning, the Charlie Brown Christmas Theme filled the media room at Halas Hall on Wednesday.
College and pro teams need a cooling off period after difficult losses, though some athletes never learn about discretion.
LAKE FOREST | Bears' wide receiver Brandon Marshall can finally pick on someone his own size.
CHICAGO | See Jay Cutler run, duck, dodge, leap tall defenders, then throw laser beams downfield.
Pointing fingers is OK for traffic cops and Walmart greeters.
CHICAGO | For the entire week, local media was fixated on tonight's Bears-Texans matchup at Soldier Field.
CHICAGO | OK, so just who are these Bears?
CHICAGO | The Bears should've gotten points just for returning to the field in the second half Sunday.
CHICAGO | Remember when your son or daughter made their first tackle, or scored their first touchdown, in Pop Warner football?
Unfortunately for the Lions, they can't just play the fourth quarter against the Bears tonight and then head back to the airport.
LAKE FOREST | It's as imminent as Julius Peppers smothering a quarterback on blown coverage.
CHICAGO | The Bears offense appears to be back in sync, even if the same might not be true of quarterback Jay Cutler and his offensive coordinator.
Jay Cutler will ride into Green Bay with his posse tonight and call out Aaron Rodgers, another gunslinger.
LAKE FOREST | Brandon Marshall insisted it's a new day. The way he connected with Jay Cutler, it sure seemed like old times.
INDIANAPOLIS | Vontae Davis spent the last three years hearing all about what he did wrong in Miami.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. | The Bears are still looking for a little more from their offense with a game left in the preseason.
CHICAGO | Midway through this preseason, the Bears still face a myriad of issues before they can hope to win the Super Bowl.
You envision Bears assistant coach Darryl Drake sitting at a campfire after practice, reading bedtime stories to his receivers.
BOURBONNAIS | Alshon Jeffery has a voice soft as morning dew and when surrounded by media, seems terribly shy.
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