This is the October 2, 2012 news archive. View today's Bears rumors and news.

Chicago Bears News and Rumors

MORRISSEY: It’s Jay Cutler’s fault that he’s a distraction afte…

MORRISSEY: It’s Jay Cutler’s fault that he’s a distraction after big win

When a national audience sees Cutler, perhaps the most gifted quarterback in franchise history and certainly one of the most controversial Bears ever, walk away from an offensive coordinator who only wants to have a chat during a game, the question that…
Upvote Share Tweet
  • Video - Hot Button: Does media focus too much on Cutler's behavior? 01:33

    Hot Button: Does media focus too much on Cutler's behavior?

    Oct 2
    ESPN Chicago's Marc Silverman gives his take on whether the media is too critical of Jay Cutler's sideline behavior.
  • Video - Hot Button: Media Too Hard On Cutler? 02:45

    Hot Button: Media Too Hard On Cutler?

    Oct 2
    Does the media make too big of a deal out of Jay Cutler's gestures, or is the criticism deserved?
  • Video - Chicago Bears vs. Dallas Cowboys highlights 05:44

    Chicago Bears vs. Dallas Cowboys highlights

    Oct 2
    Jay Cutler throws for two touchdowns, while Tony Romo throws five interceptions in a 34-18 Bears victory over the Cowboys.

Sports Columnists

  • Peter King: No ref's return as special as Corrente's; the future in LA; ma…

    Oct 2
    The voice of Tony Corrente was ebullient, as ebullient as a man who stared down his own mortality within the past few months and lived to tell about it.
  • Kerry J. Byrne: Inside the numbers: Week 4

    Oct 2
    The NFL has given us plenty of sexy, big-name quarterback rivalries over the years.
  • Kerry J. Byrne: Inside the numbers: Week 4

    Oct 2
    The NFL has given us plenty of sexy, big-name quarterback rivalries over the years.
  • Don Banks: Early middle-dwellers still have playoff shot, but who'll make …

    Oct 2
    Taking stock at the quarter pole of the NFL's regular season, 10 teams are sitting pretty with winning records and at least three wins, while 10 others already are in trouble, with losing marks and no fewer than three losses. But what about the 12 teams…