Mike Ditka will be the 14th Chicago Bear to have his number retired. He will also be the last. The Bears, who have retired the most numbers of any NFL team, have announced that they will no longer retire numbers after Ditka?s 89 is retired at a Soldier Field ceremony this season. ?If there is?
Count San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh as a believer in Marc Trestman, who on Friday stated that Trestman has taught him everything and believes the Bears hit a grand slam with their new hire.
Former Bears, Lions and Rams defensive tackle Dick Evey passed away Thursday at age 72 in Knoxville, Tennessee, multiple media outlets reported. A three-time letter winner at Tennessee, Evey was the Bears? first-round pick in 1964 (No. 14 overall). He played six seasons for Chicago before moving on to Detroit (1970) and Los Angeles (1971) to finish?
The NFL submitted a new proposal for immediate human growth hormone testing as the league and the NFL Players Association continue to negotiate in an effort to have HGH testing in place for the 2013 season, NFL.com reported.