The Bears went from one of the worst offensive teams in the NFL to one of the best, basically overnight. How did it happen?
Former Saints center Brian de la Puente has a new job in Chicago.
Take a bow, Jason Licht and Lovie Smith. The Bucs earn the only A in free agency, but the Skins, Falcons, Pats and Broncos are among those close behind.
With Clay Matthews out, the Packers will need unheralded DE Mike Daniels to pick up the slack. The 49ers hope surprising CB Tramaine Brock can disrupt Green Bay's passing game.
The NFL Stock Watch takes a look at who's up and who's down around the NFL. This week we take a look at the Chicago Bears and their re(?)surgent offense.
New coaches usually have to rebuild both sides of the ball, but Marc Trestman was brought in with this mandate: Fix Jay Cutler and score more points. Revamping the Bears' offensive line is a good place to start.
A day after saying he might retire and expressed displeasure at Lovie Smith's firing, Chicago Bears record-setting return man Devin Hester on Tuesday clarified his statement without backing off of it.
Bears win but lose out on playoffs when the Vikings defeat Green Bay. With no postseason for the fifth time in six years, attention turns to the fate of coach Lovie Smith.
Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs remembers what it's like to have his team's postseason hopes ruined in the final game of the regular season by an opponent merely playing the role of spoiler, and does not want to experience it again.
The Bears look to keep dwindling playoff hopes alive with a win in Arizona, where they have not played since the infamous Monday Night Meltdown in 2006 where then-Cardinals coach Dennis Green made history with his post-game tirade.

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