Found November 11, 2011 on
Chicago Breaking Sports:
Bennett and Knox would see more action if receiver/returner can't playDevin Hester was held out of practice again Friday because of his sprained left ankle and the wide receiver/returner is questionable for Sunday's game against the Lions at Soldier Field.
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If we have learned anything from the NFL, you should never kick the ball in the direction of Chicago Bears kick returner Devin Hester.
Sadly, the Lions didn't learn that lesson and Hester scored on this 82-yard punt return:
Every NFL coach should know by now that it isn’t smart punting to Devin Hestor. Hester, the NFL’s record holder for punt return touchdowns, proved once again with this 82 yard return against the Lions, that it’s not smart to punt to the man.
Despite not practicing at all this week, the Chicago Bears listed Devin Hester as questionable to face the Lions. Reports out of Chicago today suggest that the ankle injury … [visit site to read more]Report: Devin Hester Not Expected to Face Detroit Lions - SideLion Report - SideLion Report - A Detroit Lions Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Chicago Bears Wide receiver Devin Hester continues to receive treatment on his injured ankle, and could miss Sunday’s huge NFC North matchup with the Detroit Lions at Soldier Field. Hester was last sidelined in the 2009 season, when a calf injury sidelined him for three games. Hester injured his left ankle in the fourth quarter of Monday night’s game with [...]
Chicago Bears receiver/returner Devin Hester is active for Sunday's game with the Detroit Lions despite missing practice all week because of an ankle injury.
Chicago Bears receiver/return man Devin Hester (ankle) returned a punt for a touchdown.
We discuss the recent scope of T Gabe Carimi’s knee, which could keep him out for a month or longer, as well as Devin Hester’s status, the rotation at the safety position and more.
Hot News for WR Devin Hester
Chicago Bears receiver/return man Devin Hester (ankle) wasn't among the team's inactives for Sunday's NFC North clash with the Detroit Lions at Soldier Field, but the club declared starting defensive tackle Matt Toeaina inactive.
This is what you call a feeding frenzy. The Bears have all types of confidence and momentum. They look like they stand 10 feet tall and are running 4.2 40-yard dashes.
The Lions keep punting to Devin Hester and he keeps running for glory. The Bears moved Julius Peppers inside and he had Matthew
One week after containing the best returnman in the game, the Philadelphia Eagles will face the hottest one.
Last week, in their 30-24 loss to the Chicago Bears, the Eagles managed to keep Chicago's Devin Hester, who has 17 returns for touchdowns, in check. He had one 12-yard punt return, which is 2.5 yards under his 14.5 average.
On Sunday, the Eagles (3-5) face the Arizona...