The 2017 NFL Schedule is out, and here's a look at the Bears slate for the upcoming season, with the home games in bold: Sep. 10 Atlanta Falcons 12:00 PM Sep. 17 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 12:00 PM Sep. 24 Pittsburgh Steelers 12:00 PM Sep. 28 at Green Bay Packers (Thu) 7:25 PM Oct. 9 …
Eddie Macon, who in 1952 became the first black player in Chicago Bears history, has died. He was 90.
The NFL Draft is always full of surprises. From the picks themselves to the wildly unexpected trade deals, it's nearly impossible to predict what will unfold in the draft.
Is an undefeated Bears season likely? No.
The 2017 NFL schedule has been released, revealing the exact dates and locations each of the 32 teams will play this fall. There are obviously way too many games at 256 total to dissect here right now.
There have been plenty of criticisms about Thursday night games over the years, but they aren't going anywhere and this year's schedule of games under the Thursday Night Football banner includes a few late-season Saturday and Monday games as well.
The Falcons will get a little extra time in the preseason to get their new building ready. And when Mercedes-Benz Stadium opens for the regular season, the wait will be worth it.
The Bears open their season against the defending NFC champions.
The Colts continued to add pieces to their linebacking corps on Thursday. The team announced that they signed Jon Bostic to their 90-man roster.
As we approach 8 PM ET tonight, we will get pieces to the puzzle as they show themselves. For the Chicago Bears, there are already some games that have