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  • Whole lotta love for the 1-0 Bears

    Whole lotta love for the 1-0 Bears
    Welcome to the new age, Bears fans. The previous regime was all right; it’s not as if Lovie Smith’s 10-6 record in 2012 was a disaster. But when it’s Super Bowl or bust, you need a nuclear-powered offense or defense—or both—...
  • Breaking Bears: Perfect formula for 3-0

    Breaking Bears: Perfect formula for 3-0
    Yep, it's almost over. No, not the Bears' season. Only the most pessimistic fan would fear the worst from a 3-0 team. Rather, "Breaking Bad" has just one more episode remaining to incinerate our nerves before its five-season run ends Sept. 29. And...
  • Sunday Night Football Texans at Bears on NBC Nov. 11

     
    Sunday Night Football on NBC Nov. 11 features one of the season's best games as the 7-1 Houston Texans visit the 7-1 Chicago Bears. It’s irresistible force vs. immovable object at Soldier Field on Sunday, Nov. 11, at 8:20pm ET as the 7-1 Houston...
  • Bears' Tillman tackling negativity

    Bears' Tillman tackling negativity
    The man most call “Peanut” paced by the bed of his 3-month-old daughter, Tiana. Doctors told the Bears cornerback she might not make it through the night. More than 400 miles away, a mother’s son didn’t. Armando Garcia died...
  • Charles Tillman needs aluminum foil*

    Charles Tillman needs aluminum foil*
    Charles Tillman says he sucks at video games. Fortunately for him, excelling at virtual combat is not a prerequisite for surviving Bears training camp, which opens Wednesday at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais. RedEye spoke with the All-Pro...
  • How Hunter Hillenmeyer survived training camp

    How Hunter Hillenmeyer survived training camp
    Hunter Hillenmeyer wore a Bears uniform for eight seasons, so there's no question he knew his way around training camp. He's now the co-founder of OverDog, a company that lets fans play video games with athletes. RedEye asked the former linebacker...
  • That's cold, Alex Brown

    That's cold, Alex Brown
    There aren't too many guys who would take on Brian Urlacher. But when it came to pranks at Bears training camp, Alex Brown could hold his own. The former defensive lineman spoke to RedEye about which essentials to bring, the best pranksters in camp...
  • Bears standing pat at cornerback

    Bears standing pat at cornerback
    Ninth in a 13-part series of previews for Bears training camp Never mind his secret to punching the ball out. Teammates seeking advice from Charles Tillman instead should inquire about keys to maintaining a high level of play deep into a career as he'...
  • As bodies fall, Bears stand up

    As bodies fall, Bears stand up
    A response was demanded. A big response. The Bears needed to answer a bad, weak effort in San Francisco with a solid, physical game against visiting Minnesota. And they provided it in a tough and vicious game that required it. After the usual...
  • Chicago's athletes have a new game

    Chicago's athletes have a new game
    Playing video games online against strangers is fun, and controlling your favorite athletes through video games is fun too. But what if the stranger you played against was also your favorite athlete? Retired Bears linebacker Hunter Hillenmeyer is the co-...
  • It starts with Peppers, so when does Peppers start playing?

    It starts with Peppers, so when does Peppers start playing?
    Julius Peppers wasn’t on the Bears injury report, so we have to trust that nobody is lying and that Peppers is healthy. If so, then that narrows the options to one: Peppers was just plain bad in the win over the Bengals. It wasn’t as if he...
  • Hey, look! A Bears offense!

    Hey, look! A Bears offense!
    Jay Cutler made quick, accurate decisions, Matt Forte was dangerous everywhere and Marc Trestman’s play-calling used the width and depth of the field. Like that, the Bears piled up 212 yards and three TDs in their first 20 plays. Now, can they do...