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  • Lance Briggs done for season, and likely done as a Bear

    Lance Briggs done for season, and likely done as a Bear
    Lance Briggs’ season officially is over. His playing career in Chicago likely is finished as well.
  • Lance Briggs faces uncertain future with resolve

    Lance Briggs faces uncertain future with resolve
    For a brief moment Wednesday Lance Briggs lost himself in reminiscence, mentally scrolling through 11 years of memories at Lambeau Field and tracking the good vibes all the way back to Week 14 of 2003. Briggs was just an emerging Bears rookie then,...

    A legacy: Lovie Smith, the Bears, what was and what might have been

    A legacy: Lovie Smith, the Bears, what was and what might have been
    One by one they will take you back to that week in January 2007, to the peak of Bears football in the 21st century. Ron Turner, then the offensive coordinator, recalls the practices leading up to the NFC championship game, a buildup of focus and...

    4 downs with Jason McKie: Hide your quarterbacks

    4 downs with Jason McKie: Hide your quarterbacks
    Every week, former Bears fullback Jason McKie tackles four true-false questions facing the team—some serious, some far from it. 1. My faith in this Bears offense has been restored: FALSE I never lost faith in the offense. Despite what you did...

    Emery, Trestman don't see problems rest of us see

    Emery, Trestman don't see problems rest of us see
    When the calendar provides the biggest source of strength for an NFL team at midseason, it hardly inspires civic confidence in a general manager's roster or a head coach's game plan. The first-half MVP on a team with the Bears' talent shouldn't be a...