The Bears will be led by their young talent in 2018.
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Kevin White is a good kind of surprise.
New year. New look. New Bears?
If the Bears didn’t have bad luck in the injury department, they would have no luck at all.
Jordan Howard gets the headlines for a second 1,000-yard rushing year, but he couldn’t do it without his linemen.
The decision-making on the offensive side of the ball did Mitch Trubisky no favors.
Never tell me the odds … unless there is money to be made.
Trubisky expands on a variety of topics during some down time.
Let’s take a trip around the league.
Mitch Trubisky is putting his fame to good use.
An ex-Bears scouting director believes the 2018 team features the best collection of talent since 2010.
Two peas in a pod? I can see it.
Some parts of the Bears’ schedule might be more difficult than previously believed.
It’s time to stop overlooking the Bears’ defensive backfield.
Mike Ditka thinks Mitch Trubisky has what it takes to win, because he last saw it in Jim McMahon.
Tarik Cohen is one heck of a dude.
One play that Brett Favre used to kill the Bears for years will be used by Mitch Trubisky, hopefully to return the favor.