The Bears parted with two veteran linemen Thursday as they continued to prepare for free agency, which begins March 13.
The Bears released DT Anthony Adams on Sunday, creating more salary cap space before free agency begins.
In this week's edition of "Five questions," PFW publisher/editor and Bears expert Hub Arkush says it's wishful thinking to expect significant improvement from Caleb Hanie in Week 13.
PFW associate editor Dan Parr gives his stock analysis of the Bears and identifies who, or what, is on the rise or decline following their Week Nine win over the Eagles.
Anthony Adams spoke this week as if he would be playing for the Bears next season, but he'll be an unrestricted free agent when free agency begins this offseason.
While the NFL waits to hear whether its request for a stay of the injunction ending the lockout pending an appeal of Judge Susan Richard Nelson's ruling for the players association, everything was not business as usual at the ...
This is the sixth of position-by-position looks at the Bears' personnel entering the 2011 offseason. The series continues with an analysis of Chicago's DL situation.
Here's what the Bears' Jay Cutler, Greg Olsen and Anthony Adams are saying in advance of their game against the Seahawks on Sunday.
While the Bears did more than just get by with an unremarkable collection of players at defensive tackle in 2010, there could be some significant personnel changes made at the position in the offseason.
DT Anthony Adams was named the Bears' recipient of the 2010 Ed Block Courage award Thursday.
With pass-protection issues endangering QB Jay Cutler and frequent personnel changes on the offensive line receiving most of the attention in Chicago, the Bears' performance on defense is flying a bit under the radar.
PFW spoke with DT Anthony Adams at Halas Hall earlier this week and asked him about the Bears' pass-rush issues and what he would be doing if he wasn't in the NFL.
Although overshadowed by the Bears' addition of high-profile free agent Julius Peppers, the first-string status of Anthony Adams at nose tackle is still very noteworthy.