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Chicago Bears History: Their Best and Most Memorable Number Ones
March 18th, 2017 at 10:18 PM
***PHOTO1*** By Bryan Dietzler The Chicago Bears have been an NFL team since 1920. They were one of the leagues first franchises and are, perhaps, the most well known in league history.  Chicago has won multiple championships, they have sent many players to the Pro Bowl and have the most players...

Ex-Bears LB Lance Briggs says he has symptoms of CTE
March 14th, 2017 at 8:07 PM
***PHOTO1*** For about a decade, Lance Briggs was one of the best and most consistent linebackers in the NFL. He played in a Super Bowl in 2007, and alongside Brian Urlacher helped anchor a very good-to-great Bears defense from 2005-2012. But being a great player doesn't exempt you from dealing with...

Suit: Florida Clinic Cashed In On Brian Urlacher’s New Hair Without Permission
February 6th, 2017 at 9:15 PM
***PHOTO1*** (STMW) â?? Chicago Bears legend Brian Urlacher is suing a Florida hair clinic that he claims used his likeness without permission to advertise restoration treatments like the one he famously unveiled last year. Urlacher, who donned a signature shaved head during his 13-year career, signed on to endorse Restore Hair...

Chicago Bears Could Be Interested in New York Jets Pro Bowl DE Muhammad Wilkerson
April 4th, 2016 at 7:12 AM
The Chicago Bears are in need of defensive end and the New York Jets may have their answer in Muhammad Wilkerson of the New York Jets. Wilkerson was assigned the franchise tag in February, which is worth $15.701 million for one season. The Bears have plenty of salary cap space...

Lance Briggs Practices with Starters, Limited for Chicago Bears
December 18th, 2013 at 4:36 PM
***PHOTO1*** Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs practiced with the first team Wednesday, but was limited according to the team.  Briggs has missed two months with a shoulder injury, but head coach Marc Trestman is still hopefull he'll be able to make his return Sunday night against the Philadelphia Eagles. “It’s still day-to-day,” Trestman...