CHICAGO -- The Chicago Bears player who was on the team for more games than anyone in team history is retiring. . Long snapper Patrick Mannelly announced Friday that he is retiring after a 16-year-career with the Bears, a span in which he played in a team record 245 games and snapped the ball 2,282 times. He helped the Bears set two NFL records: 920 consecutive snaps without a blocked punt and 180 games without a blocked punt. In his career, Mannelly played on four division championship teams and one NFC championship team. He played in every game during 12 of his 16 seasons with the Bears and missed only 11 games in his NFL career. . -- The Vancouver Whitecaps remained unbeaten with a scoreless draw at the New England Revolution on Saturday. .4 seconds left and dribbled up court, weaving through Pitts defence.Christian Horner has warned Red Bull are only likely to get stronger over the second half of the season after moving within one point of Ferrari in the battle for second in the Constructors Championship. The former champions have cranked up the pressure on their Italian rivals by outscoring them by 36 points in the last three rounds to move to the brink of overhauling them in the standings.Despite predicting a transitional season following a troubled 2015, Red Bull have already scored more points and podiums than they managed last season, while Max Verstappens win at the Spanish GP is the only non-Mercedes triumph of 2016 so far. And Horner, Red Bulls team principal, admits those results are better than they could have expected before the summer break.Its massive, said Horner. Pre-season we thought wed lucky to be in the top five, so to be fighting Ferrari, one point behind at the half-way point in the season having won a race [is better than expected]. [Sunday] was our sixth podium finish of this season so far and to have both cars finish ahead in their respective battles with Ferrari was a great performance and great first half of the year for us.Were always confident the second half of the season should be stronger than our first half.Although the season still has 10 races to run, Mercedes already appear to be all-but certain to retain their constructors crown with the reigning world champions opening up a 150-point advantage via their one-two finish in Hungary. Natalie Pinkham went along with Daniel Ricciardo for his appearance on Skys A League of Their Own. . Horner accepts that, for Red Bull, the next big opportunity for us will be Singapore in September. However, he insists focus on beating Ferrari over the second half of the season will remain strong, despite the spectre of 2017s big aerodynamic overhaul.There are bits [of 2016 development] weve got in the pipeline but a lot of focus is already on 2017, he said.Were also keen to challenge Ferrari and ensure we fight them all the way to Abu Dhabi.Dont miss the F1 Report: Hungarian GP review on Sky Sports F1 at 8.30pm on Wednesday as Marc Priestley and Ben Hunt join Natalie Pinkham in the studio to discuss the fallout from the Budapest race. Also See: WATCH: Verstappen v Raikkonen Hungarian GP driver ratings ' ' '