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The Chicago Bears, or more commonly referred to as "Da Bears", have been around since 1919. They are a quite successful team with 26 playoff appearances and a total of 9 Super Bowl championships; their most notable being in 1985. See which players are in top shape and on the starting roster, as well as any official news from the team sites. Get other current events from the news and media, or even from the blogs.

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Howard won't play due to minor injury


4 things to watch: Bears-Cardinals


Fox lauds crowd support at Prospect


Cohen making smooth transition into NFL


Mitchell Trubisky: 'I don't pay attention' to the hype


Mitch Trubisky staying humble, hungry


Langford hopes to show playmaking ability


Promising rookies provide hope for future


Bears break camp in Bourbonnais


Roberto Aguayo on Bucs: 'It just never flourished'


Aguayo looks to make most of second chance


Sunday notebook: Wheaton breaks finger


Bears claim Aguayo off waivers from Bucs


Jackson's debut a confidence-booster


Glennon rebounds from lackluster outing


Trubisky's lifelong dream becomes reality


Floyd, Bullard produce impact plays in loss


John Fox: Bears not changing QB plan after one game


Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky off to roaring start


Chicago Bears reminding Kevin White 'how great he is'


Injury roundup: Markus Wheaton has appendectomy


Injuries: Jeremy Langford (ankle) misses practice


Chicago Bears punter, kicker roll up to camp in McLaren


Bears GM: 'Mike Glennon is our starting quarterback'


Jerrell Freeman saves man with Heimlich at airport


Jay Cutler expected to call Bears' opener vs. Falcons


Chicago Bears sign Mitchell Trubisky to rookie deal


Bears, Cowboys rookies report to training camp today


Hampton: '80s Bears would've won 4 titles with Cutler


Brian Urlacher: Bears' plans at QB are 'confusing'


Will Mitch Trubisky be on the sidelines early in season?


Mitchell Trubisky behind starter Glennon 'all the way'