Jared Allen desperately wants to atone for the Bears' disastrous 2014 season.
Chicago Bears safety Antrel Rolle admits to liking playing against noted Bears nemesis Aaron Rodgers and is looking forward to their Week 1 matchup.
The Chicago Bears experiment with Kyle Long is far from over, but he is expected to open training camp on Thursday at his customary right guard spot.
Bears first-round pick Kevin White will begin training camp on the PUP list because of a shin injury he suffered in the latter part of OTAs.
Fridge's Super Bowl ring up for auction
William "The Refrigerator" Perry's Super Bowl XX ring is for sale at the National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago. The ring, which will go to the highest bidder Thursday, has received bids up to $31,070. Largest SB ring ever
Sacks down, dollars up for Allen
Jared Allen signed a two-year deal with the Chicago Bears last year that was backloaded for $12.5 million in 2015. At 33, he'll be the NFL's highest paid outside linebacker. Grantland: All-bad contracts team
Heritage Auctions is selling William "The Refrigerator" Perry's Super Bowl XX ring to the highest bidder at the National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago on Thursday.
Instead of praising Jay Cutler's skills on the football field, Bears head coach John Fox complimented him for organizing an offseason workout in Nashville, Tennessee.
NFL Nation Buzz: Chicago Bears
Jeff Dickerson reports on the recent strides Jay Cutler has made leading up to training camp.
The biggest reconstruction job in football might be Vic Fangio turning the Bears' Cover-2 defense into his aggressive 3-4 unit. How will the former Niners coordinator deploy an imperfect collection of players?
Jared Allen looking to 'bust some heads'
From Jeff Dickerson at Bears camp: "Jared Allen is 'ready to bust some heads' after a disappointing 2014 season. Allen is embracing the switch from defensive end to linebacker, something Allen admits he would not have done three years ago."
Cutler seeking Super Bowl, not Pro Bowl
From ESPN's Jeff Dickerson at Bears camp: "Jay Cutler begins training camp with his third different head coach and fifth different offensive coordinator since 2009. Cutler tells the media that head coach John Fox "wants players who want to win Super Bowls, not players interested in making Pro Bowls." Cutler has one career playoff appearance in nine NFL seasons."
Bears fans have learned to limit their expectations when it comes to Jay Cutler, but this might finally be the year he surprises everyone.
We're breaking down the Bears' roster, position-by-position. We conclude with the secondary, arguably the strongest unit on defense.
In breaking down the Bears' roster, we next move to the linebackers; a position group that underwent a massive offseason overhaul.
The Chicago Bears signed defensive lineman David Carter to a one-year contract and wide receiver AJ Cruz to a three-year contract.
Brandon Marshall knows the role chemistry plays in being successful and vowed to help build the Jets into a winner.
In breaking down the Bears' roster, we next move to the defensive line, which already lost one projected starter in Ray McDonald this offseason.
Four starters return from an offensive line that helped Matt Forte rush for 1,038 yards, but also surrendered 41 sacks.
The Chicago Bears' position-by-position analysis looks at tight end, where Martellus Bennett is coming off a monster season in 2014.
Matt Forte, who played 90 percent of the Bears' offensive snaps in 2014, will use his impending free agency as motivation.
Along with Alshon Jeffery, who has had consecutive 1,000-yard receiving seasons, the Bears will feature Eddie Royal and 6-foot-3 rookie Kevin White.
ESPN NFL Nation Bears reporter Jeff Dickerson gives the keys to Chicago's season when he interviews himself on his show Dickerson and Hood.
Despite Jay Cutler's well-documented struggles, he is currently the team's only viable option to start at quarterback.
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