Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bears announce that they've officially matched Green Bay's offer sheet on cornerback Kyle Fuller, who Chicago slapped with the transition tag earlier this month. “We could not be happier to have Kyle under contract for four more years,” Bears general manager Ryan Pace said in a statement. “We feel he is an ascending player on our top 10 defense and we look forward to him having many more productive seasons here in Chicago.”

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NHL teams most likely to bounce back in 2018-19

Some teams had a rough campaign in 2017-18 through factors that some might consider unlucky, including injuries and young players hitting an unexpected wall. As a result, they're the teams to watch as we take a way-too-early look ahead to next season.

David Ross' son gets entire team laughing (2:09)
Williams dunks, then blocks (0:23)
Felicio races for chasedown block (0:24)

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

Prince Amukamara's three-year Bears deal guarantees him $18M - a $3M signing bonus and fully guaranteed salaries of $3.5M in 2018 and $8.5M in 2019, plus a $3M roster bonus for 2018 that paid Sunday. He has a non-guaranteed 2020 salary of $9M.

Cavs pick up tough road win against Bulls (1:37)
Green dunks all over Felicio (0:20)
LeBron rises up on chase-down block (0:21)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Javy Baez discuss the upcoming season and his return to the lineup after missing time with a sore hamstring.

William Weinbaum ESPN 

Notre Dame's NIT loss to Penn St. Saturday dropped ND's record on St. Patrick's Day to 4-5 (2-3 NIT & 2-2 NCAA). The Fighting Irish fell to 1-2 on March 17 vs. Big Ten teams (1983 NIT loss to N'western & 2004 NIT win vs. Purdue).

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Cubs players warm up wearing green hats with bagpipes playing in the background.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Days after signing Chase Daniel to be Mitchell Trubisky's backup, the Bears added veteran quarterback Tyler Bray, who spent the last five seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs under Bears head coach Matt Nagy. The Bears also agreed to terms on a one-year deal with tight end Daniel Brown, who's appeared in 20 games (five starts) since joining the Bears in 2016.