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  • Speed and quickness Chris Williams' calling cards

    Speed and quickness Chris Williams' calling cards
    BOURBONNAIS — The sight of an injured Alshon Jeffery catching passes on the sidelines Monday brought to mind an uncomfortable reality for the Bears. On the depth chart underneath their two Pro Bowl wide receivers, only one of eight players, Josh...
  • Jay Cutler may take step up in second year in Marc Trestman's offense

     Jay Cutler may take step up in second year in Marc Trestman's offense
    If familiarity breeds success for Jay Cutler, who enters a second year in the same offense for just the second time in six seasons with the Bears, things ought to click from the start. Cutler and his supporters have lamented the fact he has bounced from...
  • For Bears in 2014, it's playoffs — or bust

     For Bears in 2014, it's playoffs — or bust
    Oddsmakers in Las Vegas have set the over-under for the Bears' 2014 win total at 8 1/2 (-155). That seems about right. Since losing Super Bowl XLI in January 2007, the Bears' average regular-season win total is 8.6. They've won at least eight games five...
  • Notable absences impacting Bears camp

    BOURBONNAIS -- It’s far too early to sound any alarm bells. Bumps and bruises are a part of training camp and will only increase throughout the preseason. So each injury setback the Chicago Bears' see at this stage must be kept in the proper...
  • Bears have logjam in battle for backup running back

    Bears have logjam in battle for backup running back
    BOURBONNAIS — With each passing day at Bears training camp, Skip Peete finds himself gaining sharper perspective on the development of the team's running backs. The longtime assistant has a major plus on his side with Pro Bowl standout Matt...
  • Bears training camp recap: Day 4

    Bears training camp recap: Day 4
    Position battle: Wide receiver Josh Morgan Morgan is the most accomplished NFL pass catcher among the contenders for a reserve role, but he has been working with the third string behind Micheal Spurlock and Josh Bellamy. Morgan dropped two passes...
  • Madden rates Marshall as top Bear

    Madden rates Marshall as top Bear
    Jay Cutler is far and away the Chicago Bears' highest-paid player, averaging $18 million a season, but the quarterback didn't even crack the top 10 of Madden 15's player ratings. Cutler's favorite target, Brandon Marshall, took that honor with a 96...
  • Bears WR Marquess Wilson suffers broken collarbone

    Bears WR Marquess Wilson suffers broken collarbone
    BOURBONNAIS — Marquess Wilson managed to smile outside the Olivet Nazarene dining hall despite wearing a sling on his right arm that steadied his fractured collarbone. All the promise and optimism surrounding the second-year wide receiver before...
  • Abundance of options enhances Bears' passing attack

    Abundance of options enhances Bears' passing attack
    The cheers from the bleachers east of the practice field were heartfelt. During 11-on-11 work Wednesday afternoon at Chicago Bears training camp, Alshon Jeffery got open past rookie cornerback Kyle Fuller and hauled in a pass from Jay Cutler up the...
  • Bears practice observations: Defensive front disruptive, Allen impresses, offense not sharp

    Bears practice observations: Defensive front disruptive, Allen impresses, offense not sharp
    BOURBONNAIS—Here are some thoughts and observations from Bears practice on Thursday. 1. The defensive front seven was more disruptive than it has been in any practice so far. Throughout team drills, regardless of which level of the depth chart was...
  • Blackhawks, Bears dive into ice bucket challenge

    Not that you need to give athletes much of an excuse to dump icy liquid on each other or their coaches, but when it's for a good cause, you can just sit back and watch the mayhem spread like a California brush fire. It all started about two weeks ago...