Bears receiver Brandon Marshall talks to reporters Thursday after old domestic abuse allegations resurfaced by having his past transgressions dragged into the spotlight this week.
LAKE FOREST | In Jay Cutler's last appearance against the 49ers in 2009, he completed 29 passes for 307 yards.
LAKE FOREST | There's a huge billboard north on the Tri-State Expressway that features menacing closeups of unshavened Bears Lance Briggs, Jared Allen and Charles Tillman with the words: MORE STOPS THAN THE CTA.
LAKE FOREST | There are more Bears fans than pigeons teetering on the ledge after that 28-point embarrassment in Seattle last week.
Bears rookie quarterback David Fales will play the final exhibition game Thursday against the Browns. He has completed 5 of 7 passes for 68 yards this preseason.
LAKE FOREST | When the Bears pipe in simulated crowd noise at their practices, it sounds like a grizzly with laryngitis and is as intimidating as a parking ticket.
LAKE FOREST | If there's one thing Bears fans absolutely must understand, even more than the weird spelling of Micheal Spurlock's first name, it's this:
BOURBONNAIS | As the final training camp practice ended on an overcast 61-degree Tuesday, coach Marc Trestman huddled the team at midfield while hundreds of applauding fans gave his Bears a standing ovation.
BOURBONNAIS | Emotionally, Jay Cutler is flat-line.
Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall (15) runs with the ball against linebacker Lance Briggs (55) and cornerback Kelvin Hayden (24) during training camp in Boubonnais.
BOURBONNAIS | Fans at Bears training camp say Zach Miller sure looks like a tight end. Unshaven. Tattoos. Tough as rawhide.
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FRANKFORT, Ill. | Camp Manitoqua looks like your typical summer camp this week. Kids are diving into the pool, playing basketball and doing crafts. And for the most part, it is a typical summer camp. The big difference is the campers are a group of extraordinary kids who have one thing in co…
Kevin Titsworth, 17, of Lansing, attended Camp Quality Illinois for the fourth time this week. He is pictured with Pat Beilfuss, of Lansing, who is a retired school nurse from T.F. South High School and camp volunteer.
John Boss, 18, left, of Lansing, camp companion to 7-year-old Tristan Grace, of Lansing, works with him on a drawing during a workshop by Josh Elder, professional comic book creator and illustrator, Wednesday at Camp Quality Illinois.
Bears tight end Martellus Bennett catches a ball during training camp in Bourbonnais.
BOURBONNAIS | Chad Rempel and Brandon Hartson may as well mow the practice fields at Olivet Nazarene University or drive the golf carts that take Bears' players to the cafeteria afterwards.
BOURBONNAIS | Chris Williams went high above three Bears defenders who were on him like a sweaty jersey, all pushing, shoving, fighting for the football.
Bears wide receiver Chris Williams runs with the ball and dodges obstacles during training camp in Bourbonnais, Ill.
BOURBONNAIS | Linebacker D.J. Williams is a pretty good football player when he's not suspended or injured.
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