Packers stuff Trubisky, Bears in low-scoring opener
Aaron Rodgers' Green Bay Packers (1-0) defeated Mitchell Trubisky's Chicago Bears (0-1) at Soldier Field on Thursday night, 10-3. Here's what we learned from the 2019 season opener.
State of the Franchise: Matt Nagy's Bears eager to build off 2018
The Bears are back! A year after the team reclaimed the NFC North, Adam Rank summarizes how the Bears got here and writes why Mitchell Trubisky and Co. have what it takes to take the next step in 2019.
Raiders to meet with ex-Bengals safety George Iloka
George Iloka's best seasons came with the Bengals under the guidance of defensive coordinator Paul Guenther. The two could be reuniting as the free-agent safety will be visiting the Raiders on Wednesday.
Free agency: Redskins retaining LB Zach Brown
Washington is keeping one of its best players. Linebacker Zach Brown is returning to the Redskins on a three-year, $24 million deal. What other free agency news are we following?
Like/Dislike: Tyrod Taylor a "Bye-Apocalypse" hero
With six teams on byes, the pickings are slim, but Adam Rank likes Tyrod Taylor against the Oakland Raiders this week. See all of his Week 8 fantasy football likes and dislikes right here.
Thirty-six takeaways from Sunday's Week 6 games
Week 6 had several surprising wins on Sunday. Here are some of our big takeaways including another week for brutal injuries.
Chicago Bears punter, kicker roll up to camp in McLaren
A Bears punter and kicker rolled up to training camp Wednesday in a McLaren sports car. Find out which players had the audacity to pull off such a move.