Gale Sayers will always be remembered as one of the most electrifying players in NFL history, after a legendary career with the Chicago Bears. He has died at age 77.

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Gale Sayers, Chicago Bears Hall Of Fame Running Back, Dead At 77Gale Sayers will always be remembered as one of the most electrifying players in NFL history, after a legendary career with the Chicago Bears. He has died at age 77.
Bulls Name Billy Donovan As New Head CoachThe Chicago Bulls have hired former Oklahoma City coach Billy Donovan has their new head coach. CBS 2's Matt Zahn reports.
Bears Hang On To Beat Giants In Home OpenerIt was a Bears home opener like no other, with no fans at Soldier Field amid the COVID-19 pandemic. CBS 2's Matt Zahn reports.
Student Athletes Rally At Thompson Center Asking For State To Allow Fall SportsStudent athletes rallied outside the Thompson Center Saturday as part of an ongoing push to let them play fall sports despite ongoing coronavirus concerns. CBS 2's Vi Nguyen reports.
Bears vs. New York Giants: Three Things To Watch For In Home OpenerThe Chicago Bears host the New York Giants at Soldier Field on CBS 2 Sunday at noon. It’s third straight year these two NFC teams have clashed. The last two games were decided by no more than five points. Here are three things to watch for Sunday.
Athletes Unlimited Softball Gives Power To PlayersA new and unique women’s softball league is playing a six-week schedule at the Parkway Bank Sports Complex in Rosemont.
More Parents, Students Rally To Resume In-Person School, SportsParents and students continue to put pressure on Gov. JB Pritzker to reopen schools and school sports. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports from Orland Park.
White Sox Clinch Playoff SpotThe most fun White Sox team in years is now also the first to clinch a spot in the playoffs in 12 years.
Jon Lester Reflects On What Might Have Been His Last Start At Wrigley"I didn't think six years would go this fast," the Cubs pitcher said.
Bears vs. Detroit Lions: Three Things To Watch In Season OpenerIs it the first game of a breakthrough season for Mitchell Trubisky and the offense or the beginning of the end for Trubisky, Ryan Pace, and others? CBS 2's Matt Zahn has three things to watch for as the Bears open the 2020 season against the Lions in Detroit.
NBA To Expand Voter AccessThe NBA will resume its season this weekend, after cancelling games in the wake of the Kenosha shooting of Jacob Blake. NBA reps said the players will return if the league allows for voting in stadiums where games are played.
Heyward Sits Out Of Cubs Game In ProtestJason Heyward made the decison to sit out of the Cubs game in protest.
Multiple Protests Called Off In Protest Over Jacob Blake ShootingThe Cubs played, but Jason Heyward chose to sit out. Meanwhile, Chicago Sky Coach James Wade had some choice words about the situation.
Tiger Woods In Chicago Area For BMW ChampionshipTiger Woods and the rest of the top 70 players in the FedEx Cup are back in the Chicago area for the BMW Championship at Olympia Fields.
Lucas Giolito Speaks After Pitching No-HitterGiolito pitched the season's first no-hitter Tuesday night as the White Sox beat the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Bulls Move Up To Fourth Spot In NBA Draft LotteryThe Bulls moved up in the NBA Draft lottery to the fourth from the seventh spot, where they’ve picked from the last three years.
Big Birthday For Sister JeanCBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer spoke with the Loyola Rambers' biggest fan, Sister Jean about her birthday plans this Friday.
Bulls Fire Head Coach Jim Boylen After Two Losing SeasonsThe Chicago Bulls have fired their coach, Jim Boylen, the team announced on Friday morning.
'Field Of Dreams' Game PostponedThanks to the coronavirus, the anticipated Field of Dream game to be played in Iowa was scrapped for this month. Organizers said they hope to have it take place next year.
Cubs' Rizzo On COVID-19 Cases In MLB: It's Nerve Raking For SureAnthony Rizzo of the Chicago Cubs says with more games being cancelled and more players testing positive for COVID-19, the threat of the virus is on everyone's minds.
Sloane Stephens And Chicago Smash Headed To World Team Tennis SemifinalsWorld Team Tennis has some of the sport’s biggest stars playing in their bubble in West Virginia. That includes 2017 US Open Champion Sloane Stephens and the new Chicago Smash team, who will play in the semifinals Saturday.
Athletes, Coaches React To IHSA Decisions On Sports During PandemicThe Illinois High School Association on Wednesday announced scheduling changes that will keep high school sports in action for the 2020-2021 school year, but in many instances with shifts to new seasons. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Remembering Illini Legend Lou HensonFormer University of Illinois basketball coach Lou Henson has died after a long battle with cancer. He was 88.
New Rules For Student AthletesCBS 2's Chris Tye reports on what Governor Pritzker and the IHSA decided on how sports will be played in Illinois.

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