If the lockout ends in the coming days, and the Bears and Rams can report to camp next week, PFW's Kevin Fishbain says the Hall of Fame game should be played.
The Bears announced Tuesday that single-game tickets will go on sale on July 28 at 11 a.m. CT.
Former QB Jim McMahon, who spent 15 seasons in the NFL, was taken to a hospital after a limousine he was riding in crashed through a fence Monday afternoon south of Reno, Nev.
The NFL refuted a report by the Chicago Sun-Times and said the Aug. 7 Hall of Fame game between the Bears and Rams is still scheduled to be played.
The Bears are expected to pursue a wide receiver in free agency and there's plenty of chatter about who their top target should be.
Citing a lack of preparation, Bears SS Chris Harris said that he thinks the team shouldn't play in the Hall of Fame game if training camp doesn't start on time.
If Danieal Manning departs in free agency, 2010 third-round pick Major Wright would be the Bears' choice to replace Manning in the starting lineup.
PFW identifies four players from the NFC North who are ready for coming-out parties in 2011 (clockwise from left) — Henry Melton, Matthew Stafford, Brian Robison and Mike Neal.
Former Bears RB Garrett Wolfe had felony charges against him dropped on Tuesday from his May 22 arrest at a Miami Beach, Fla., nightclub.
If there is going to be a full season in 2011, the Bears will likely have to work quickly to unscramble the situation on their offensive line.
There are plenty more people than just players and owners being affected by the NFL lockout.
Although Bears head coach Lovie Smith benched Zack Bowman three games into the 2010 campaign, Smith has made it clear this offseason that he has not given up on the cornerback.
The most glaring hole in the Bears' roster is at linebacker, where Nick Roach is a free agent.
Free agent RB Garrett Wolfe, who played for the Bears for the past four seasons, was arrested early Sunday morning in Miami.
The Bears were able to land the offensive lineman they coveted in the draft, but the O-line could still be leaving Jay Cutler in harm's way far too often.