Hollywood suffered a major loss Monday as Don Shula -- an actor known for his role as a football coach in the 1994 film "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective" -- passed away at the age of 90.
“Passing by those giant billboards all the time on my way to the Bears’ games, I would think to myself, that guy who used to be bald sure has a thick neck, I bet he could have played football had he worked hard for it.”
A day after partying on a boat in the Florida panhandle, Bears LB Roquan Smith couldn't figure out if the sickness he was feeling was due to a hangover or coronavirus.
Redskins QB Alex Smith has finally decided to call it quits on a comeback attempt and is donating his shattered right leg to Body Worlds for them to add to their collection.
The Bears signed undrafted free agent and Khalil Mack's brother Ledarius earlier this week and the siblings are already fighting over the number 52.
Jay Cutler nearly cracked a smile after John McDonough, recently fired as president of the Chicago Blackhawks, offered him a place to live during divorce proceedings.