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Topic - Phil Emery
Armed with a new contract, wide receiver Brandon Marshall expects nothing less of himself than what he's given the Chicago Bears over the past two seasons. On and off the field.
The Chicago Bears and Pro Bowl receiver Brandon Marshall agreed to a three-year contract extension through the 2017 season on Monday.
The Chicago Bears needed a viable safety candidate after drafting Arizona running back K'Deem Carey in the fourth round Saturday, so general manager Phil Emery did something he says he's reluctant to do: He made a deal.
Phil Emery still sees some holes, some issues to address, so the Chicago Bears' general manager wasn't quite ready to declare the makeover on defense complete.
Kyle Fuller thinks he is stepping into an ideal situation with the Chicago Bears.
As he watched Virginia Tech cornerback Kyle Fuller wreak havoc at Georgia Tech last season, general manager Phil Emery saw a fit for the Chicago Bears.
The 6-foot, 190-pound Fuller missed time last season because of a sports hernia but was productive when he played. He broke up 10 passes and made two interceptions.
Chicago Bears general manager Phil Emery was so busy in free agency he didn't mind having a few extra weeks to prepare for the draft.
Chicago Bears general manager Phil Emery has a short list of candidates he expects to be available with the 14th pick in next week's draft.
The Chicago Bears agreed to a three-year contract with defensive end Willie Young and a one-year deal with receiver Domenik Hixon on Thursday.
The Chicago Bears are not done with their overhaul.
The Chicago Bears released eight-time Pro Bowl defensive end Julius Peppers on Tuesday, one of several moves they made to reshape their struggling defense.
Devin Hester is done returning kicks in Chicago.
If the Bears make changes this offseason, it will not be at quarterback.
The Chicago Bears were already losing games. Now they're going to be without their most important players on both sides of the ball.
"I'd be happy that two out of the six were on the board at our pick, and I'd be ecstatic if three out of the six were on the board at our pick," Emery said Thursday.