The Korea Times definitely got the picture right, but may have misfired on the title just a little. For those of you out there who were born yesterday, it was the Chicago Blackhawks who actually won the Stanley Cup, easy mistake to make though…
If this is what it takes to make a decision, so be it. Antrel Rolle was apparently undecided about where he wanted to take his NFL career when he received an email that would forever change his life.
The NFL was set into a slight stir today when it was announced that the Chicago Bears had traded wide receiver Brandon Marshall to the New York Jets.
Despite whispers that Brandon Marshall was on his way out of Chicago, many people were still stunned by the news he was traded to the New York Jets on Friday. It is impossible to know what is said behind closed doors and the true intention behind the deal for both sides, but it remains a
When Robbie Gould went down with a quad injury in the last quarter of the NFL season, the Chicago Bears were forced to go out and sign a temporary replacement. They opted to sign Jay Feely, a long-time kicker with the Arizona Cardinals who was cut before the 2014 season.
Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari have two kids, Camden and Jaxon. They’re both pretty young. Recently, Cutler was left to handle the parenting for a short period of time.
John Fox might want to review the roster he’s inheriting one more time before holding the first player meetings.
Jay Cutler takes abuse from Bears fans on Twitter every now and then. The only problem for Jay Cutler? The Jay Cutler on Twitter is not THAT Jay Cutler.
The Chicago Bears are embarking on their second head coaching search in two years and following a less-than-thrilling experiment with seasoned coaching veteran Marc Trestman, maybe it’s time to think outside of the box.
The Chicago Bears have started Black Monday with an unsurprising bang.
For some weird reason, Jeff Triplette’s crew needed instant replay to see that Alshon Jeffery did not get his second foot down inbounds on this play.
Detroit Lions center Dominic Raiola has been suspended by the league for one game following his blatant leg stomp in Sunday’s win over the Bears. The highly controversial veteran clearly stomped on the leg of Chicago defensive lineman Ego Ferguson but still claims it was unintentional.