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The Penalty Flag:
The Chicago Bears were one of the more disappointing teams during the 2012 NFL campaign. After all the preseason hype following a flurry of offseason acquisitions, the Bears failed to live up to expectations and missed the playoffs for the second straight season. Ultimately, it was the team’s underachievement that led to the firing of head coach Lovie Smith and subsequent departure of defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli. Heading into the 2013 season the Bears have a new coaching staff in place led by head coach Marc Trestman but the team is still confronted with detrimental holes on the roster... Read more
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The Chicago Bears have a need in free agency, they need to start to rebuild the offensive line and the perfect place to start would be by signing free agent center Brian de la Puente from the Saints. The center from New Orleans represents an ideal fit for the Bears for a number of different reasons which I will list here.
First the Bears have a need at the center position...
Before you get up in arms about the title, let me make this clear: this is not an article proposing that the Bears should pick a quarterback in the 1st round of this year’s draft to replace Jay Cutler.
If the Bears take a quarterback at all, it will be with one of their later selections in the 4th, 5th, 6th, or even 7th rounds. No quarterback taken that late will challenge for...
The Bears franchise has been a part of the NFL from the league's beginning. In that time the team has won eight NFL Championships and one Super Bowl in two appearances.The Bears have been proudly represented by hundreds of players and coaches in its long history. There are 30 in the Pro Football Hall of Fame who have been a member of the Chicago Bears for anywhere from one season...
According to the Chicago Tribune, there’s a good chance the Bears will place the franchise tag on defensive tackle Henry Melton this week.
NFL teams have from Monday through March 4 to apply the franchise tag in advance of free agency and the start of the new league year March 12. Barring a multi-year contract for Melton, it seems like a good bet general manager Phil Emery will...
If you don’t know the name Brittney Payton, you soon will.
The offspring of the greatest Chicago Bears player in history, Walter Payton, is keeping the family name in the spotlight. Brittney Payton WGN-TV and CLTV present Chicago’s Best – a weekly half-hour food and lifestyle program celebrating the best the Windy City has to offer. On Brittney’s Facebook page she writes...
Should the Chicago Bears re-sign cornerback Kelvin Hayden, who served as the club’s nickelback for much of 2012, or let the seven-year veteran walk in free agency?
New Chicago Bears tight ends coach Andy Bischoff is bringing a different philosophy to the position than did his predecessors, with an emphasis on dynamic pass catchers.
Defensive backs coach Jon Hoke and defensive line coach Mike Phair, the only two coaches retained from Lovie Smith’s staff, will help the Bears, and coordinator Mel Tucker, keep continuity on defense.