Saturday's close finish at the Chicagoland Speedway continues a thrilling tradition.
Chicagoland Speedway no longer hosts the IndyCar Series season finale, but the race still holds plenty of drama.
While Jay Cutler is getting the most attention, what happens if he gets injured?
Rookie safety Al Afalava is impressing those who count on the Chicago Bears.
Fresh off a subpar head coaching tenure in Detroit, Rod Marinelli is with the Chicago Bears doing what he does best.
Although fans might have great expectations of Jay Cutler, the quarterback says keeping perspective is important.
While some rookies are virtually assured of a roster spot, undrafted free agents like former NU receiver Eric Peterman fight for every minute of their dream .
Sitting out practices leaves the normally boisterous Tommie Harris unusually flummoxed.
The Bears' defensive front looks to bounce back from subpar performance in 2008.
Jarron Gilbert is out to prove teams made a mistake by letting him fall to the third round.
ESPNChicago.com's Jerry Bonkowski gets a unique opportunity to view the NASCAR LifeLock.com 400 from Kevin Harvick's pit box.
New Chicagoland Speedway president Craig Rust readily admits Saturday night's NASCAR LifeLock 400 will not be sold out.
A Wisconsin native is looking to become a winner at Chicagoland Speedway -- and shares his passion for the Packers.
Mike Ditka is helping William Perry through the Gridiron Greats Assistance Fund.
The "Scottie Hottie" moniker also can be used to describe Podsednik's latest appearances at the plate.
Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith is excited for training camp.