Former seven-time Pro Bowler and '85 Bear for life Jay Hilgenberg pointed out on multiple occasions at the franchise's centennial celebration the profound changes between the game he played for 12 seasons and today's NFL.
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Johnny Morris' decade-long playing career with the Bears ended in 1967, when he was No. 1 on the club's all-time receiving list with 5,059 yards.
Sunday morning at the Chicago Bears' 100th Anniversary Celebration reminded me very much of Monday mornings after the Super Bowl.
The Bears' celebration of their pending 100th anniversary season carried on Saturday with a crowd of its most devoted fans estimated by the team to be between 8,000 and 10,000.
Even Papa Bear George Halas, the founding father of the NFL’s charter franchise and one of the men most responsible for the league's existence, might have been inspired by the convergence of legends and tradition on display in one room Friday night i…
The jury remains out on whether Mitch Trubisky can ever find the MVP-caliber form that QB Carson Wentz showed in his second season, positioning the Philadelphia Eagles for their first-ever Super Bowl title — or if it’s necessary to return the Lombard…
Mitch Trubisky has shown his team more than his beer chugging ability during the offseason program.T…
It appears the Bears are making progress toward identifying a successor to Cody Parkey at the PK position.
Bears coach Matt Nagy has sung the praises of QB Mitch Trubisky countless times, but Wednesday marked a first. Sure, the head coach has broken down his quarterback’s conviction throws, but conviction chugs? We’re pretty sure that’s a new one.