On the first play of Super Bowl XX, Richard Dent ended up on his back, looking at the Superdome ceiling. The Bears defensive end had spent a moment trying to figure out what type of play the Patriots running.
Take a stroll — and scroll — down Chicago Bears Memory Lane with some cool old-timey photos from the Chicago Tribune archives. Maybe the 2019 Bears would like to recreate some of these during their 100th
Lisa Simpson had a simple motivation to win the Park Ridge County Club championship — for the 27th time. Grandson Mason threatened to begin calling her “Grandma” instead of her preferred “Grammy” if she
If you live in Chicago or plan to visit the Windy City for a Bears game this fall, get ready to see some hauntingly huge bobbleheads. The Bears will scatter bobblehead statues standing seven-feet tall
Lisa Simpson (no, not that one) won 26 straight club championships at Park Ridge — and if Mike Ditka has any s
Over coconut shrimp and pot roast nachos at his downtown restaurant, Mike Ditka swapped golf tales with friends. Ditka copped to the time he got so exasperated, he began flinging or breaking every club
There’s a reason why Peyton Manning was named the NFL’s most valuable player a record five times, and it went beyond what he accomplished on the field as quarterback of the Indianapolis Colts and Denver
The Chicago Bears had one of the more remarkable seasons in franchise history in 2018. Matt Nagy exceeded expectations and led his club to a 12-4 record and an NFC North championship. So it got me thinking.
Chicago coaching legends usually miss out on the victory laps they deserve. Their farewells tend to revolve around regret more than reflection — as was the case with Mike Ditka. Ditka’s voice shook Jan.
He was kicked off his Little League baseball team for smoking. He was suspended from high school for insubordination. Depending on whom you believe, he either was expelled from or left his college immediately