Da Bears Brothers launched before the 2015 season with a simple goal: give Chicago Bears fans a place online to hang out immediately after every game to discuss their Bears.
Thus, as soon as every Bears game ends, another episode of Da Bears Brothers begins.
The show connects with audience members all over the globe and has a growing legion of die-hards who show up after each and every game.
About the hosts
Da Bears Brothers was founded by Will DeWitt, with Brandon Hazlett signing on soon thereafter to be the co-host. After the first season, Nicholas Moreno joined the crew to become the third host of the show, which completed the cast.
All three are proud Bears fans and bleed Navy & Orange.
Will is a senior at Indiana University and will graduate with a major in sports journalism in 2017. He grew up going to games at Soldier Field and to countless training camp practices in nearby Bourbonnais, which fueled his passion towards hosting a postgame show.
He is currently an editorial assistant at Rainmaker Digital and is the co-host of another podcast, The Assembly Call, which is a postgame show for Indiana basketball and can be found on Twitter @Wi11DeWitt.
He is typically the one tweeting from the @DaBearsBros Twitter account, so you can connect with him there.
Brandon is a senior at Purdue majoring in Communication. He is often writing for our blog, bringing you his insight on all things Bears.
His favorite all-time Bear is William “The Fridge” Perry and his favorite moment was Devin Hester’s Super Bowl return that happened to be on his birthday.
You can follow him on Twitter here : @BHAZ1ETT
Nick is the newest full-time member of Da Bears Brothers. He is a senior at the University of Iowa and is majoring in journalism and mass communication and sports studies, with aspirations to become a sports journalist. He also is the host of a radio show, THE NFL Rundown, which takes place at one every Tuesday on 89.7 fm.
He started watching the Bears because of his uncle, who took him to his first Bears game against the Saints in 2007. The Bears won (of course) and ever since that day he became a die-hard Bears fan. Even though he has been a die-hard for less than a decade, Nick is all about Da Monsters of the Midway and that is evident by the enthusiasm he brings to show.
Just like Brandon, his favorite Bears moment was when Devin Hester returned the opening kickoff of the Super Bowl for a touchdown. It was a surreal moment and one he will (like many of us) will never forget.
Follow him on Twitter: @NicholasMoreano