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The Bears get shutout in the preseason for the first time since 1981

The Bears get shutout in the preseason for the first time since 1981
It had been almost 35 years since the Bears had been shutout in a preseason game. The last time it happened was August 15, 1981 in Kansas City. On Thursday night it happened again. The Bears were blanked by the visiting Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos 22-0 and it didn’t look pretty in all three... Read more »

Exclusive Interview: Getting to know Bears' undrafted rookie QB Dalyn Williams

Exclusive Interview: Getting to know Bears' undrafted rookie QB Dalyn Williams
Dalyn Williams isn’t the biggest guy out on the field, but he has a huge heart and that is something he calls a huge asset. The former Dartmouth quarterback signed with the Bears on Thursday after Matt Blanchard was released. Williams practiced with the Bears on Thursday, the second to last day of OTA’s. He... Read more »

Final Thoughts: Final Preseason Outing Serves Some Back Of The Roster Players Well

Final Thoughts: Final Preseason Outing Serves Some Back Of The Roster Players Well
Well, that’s a wrap on the NFL preseason. The regular season is officially seven days away with the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots set to host Pittsburgh. The Bears open their regular season slate with a matchup against division rival Green Bay just three days later on the first football Sunday at Soldier... Read more »
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The Bears Swap Quarterbacks and Reach 75-Man Roster Limit With IR Move

The Bears Swap Quarterbacks and Reach 75-Man Roster Limit With IR Move
On Tuesday, the Bears swapped a pair of quarterbacks and placed one core special teamer on season-ending injured reserve. They are officially down to 75 players and by Saturday’s 4 p.m. ET deadline they will have to reach the 53-man roster limit. The first move made on Tuesday was the claiming of third-year quarterback Zac... Read more »

Inside Look: The Chicago Bears Quarterbacks

Inside Look: The Chicago Bears Quarterbacks
Prior to Jay Cutler’s arrival in Chicago in 2009, only two quarterbacks had ever started six straight seasons for the Bears. Despite underachieving, Cutler has the chance to extend his career with the Bears with a bounce back 2015 season. The two Bear quarterbacks who started for six consecutive seasons were Ed Brown (1955-60) and... Read more »

Week Three NFL Power Rankings, Chicago Bears Edition

Week Three NFL Power Rankings, Chicago Bears Edition
Here are the Week Three Chicago Bears power rankings from various media outlets around the web: ESPN: 11 (Last week: 18) Analysis, “Great win for Chicago. Sunday was the Bears’ first victory in a game in which they trailed by at least 17 points since 2006. (“They are who we thought they were!”)” NFL.com: 11 (Last week: 22)... Read more »
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Who's In, Who's Out: Assessing Early Cuts and Predicting The Bears' 53-Man Roster

Who's In, Who's Out: Assessing Early Cuts and Predicting The Bears' 53-Man Roster
The Bears left Cleveland late Thursday night and on Friday they already started the process of trimming down their roster. However, they don’t officially need to get down to 53 players until Saturday’s 3 p.m. CT deadline. Among the first batch of cuts made by the Bears on Friday were running back Jordan Lynch, wide... Read more »

Five Players To Watch: Bears' Preseason Finale Against Johnny Manziel and The Browns

Five Players To Watch: Bears' Preseason Finale Against Johnny Manziel and The Browns
Perhaps the biggest hype surrounding a quarterback in the NFL since Tim Tebow’s arrival in Denver in 2010 is Johnny Manziel. The Bears will catch a glimpse of “Johnny Football” in the preseason finale on Thursday. The Browns’ future star in the making, Manziel, is the backup to veteran Brian Hoyer after a highly debated... Read more »

2014 NFL Preseason: Five Things To Keep An Eye On In Game One

2014 NFL Preseason: Five Things To Keep An Eye On In Game One
The Bears started training camp on July 27th and now only 12 days later they will take the field against the Philadelphia Eagles in game one of the NFL preseason. A lot has changed since Marc Trestman’s first season ended in a disappointing 8-8 campaign, but the arrow is pointing up for his group. The... Read more »
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The Signing of Clausen Provides More Competition Moving Forward Behind Cutler

The Signing of Clausen Provides More Competition Moving Forward Behind Cutler
Ever since Josh McCown left this off-season to cash in on a big payday in Tampa Bay many wondered who would backup Jay Cutler. On Thursday that picture may have become clearer with the signing of quarterback Jimmy Clausen to a one-year deal. Although the signing hasn’t been officially announced by Bears officials, Clausen and... Read more »